30: Gustav Stickley sideboard, Model No. 967
La Hacienda: The John L. Jerome Collection: 1902 Gustav Stickley sideboard, Model No. 967, massive form with two half drawers and one full drawer above two cabinet doors, original iron star and strap hardware, paneled sides supported by flush thru-tenon construction, fine original finish, signed with red decal. Dimensions: 60"w x 24.5"d x 44"h.
References: The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, Turn of the Century Editions, New York. 1987, Model No. 967, p. 111. See Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts Movement, Kevin Tucker of the Dallas Museum of Art, Yale University Press, 2010, p.125, for an illustration of a dark brown version of this sideboard owned by William and Patsy Porter. Many of the pieces of Stickley furniture in La Hacienda were finished in a green stain that Stickley used ca. 1901 to 1902. The green color was fugitive and washed out to a honey color when the furniture was exposed to the sun's ultraviolet rays. The interior drawers and rear panels of the pieces still exhibit most of the original green color.
some seam separation to left door; original green finish has faded; otherwise in excellent original condition