This chair has the L and JG Stickley bros. burn-in mark on the lower back of the chair. It is in original condition and the leather has been recovered that I had done. The wood has not been
P found this chair in an antique dealers barn in New England (they did not even know what it was up in their barn). I noticed the original mark and paid about $325 over 30 years ago to the antique barn dealer in Vt. at that time...
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
An Arts & Crafts Slatted Oak Armchair
Made by L & JG Stickley, circa 1910-1920
with replaced leather upholstery, branded THE WORK OF L&JG STICKLEY
PROVENANCE: acquired from an antiques barn in Vermont
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.