New York, circa 1902, fumed oak frame with elephant glazed green tile inset top by Grueby Faience Company (Boston), through tenon construction, splayed legs, apparently unmarked, 26 x 25-1/2 x 20 in.Note:Literature:Bartinique, A. Patricia., and Gustav Stickley. Gustav Stickley--His Craft: a Daily Vision and a Dream, p. 39. Parsippany, New Jersey: Craftsman Farms Foundation, 1992.Cathers, David M. Furniture of the American Arts and Crafts Movement: Furniture Made by Gustav Stickley, L. & J.G. Stickley, and the Roycroft Shop, p. 226. Philmont, New York: Turn of the Century Editions, 1996.Gray, Stephen. The Early Work of Gustav Stickley, pp. 32 and 73. New York: Turn of the Century Editions, 1987.Livingstone, Karen, and Linda Parry. International Arts and Crafts, p. 147 and back cover. London: V & A, 2005.
support boards for tile top with some later screws, light wear to tiles, minor cracks at edges of top near tenons, other minor wear and surface flaws