This solid quartersawn white oak table is a reproduction of a Gustav Stickley splayed leg side table (the legs angle from front to back). This was not a regular factory production piece; I only know of one example that has appeared at auction and my best guess is that this was a prototype. Similar tables with straight legs were part of regular production and can be found in the old catalogs. Angling the legs creates a considerable amount of extra labor when in comes to joining the table frame and making the drawer.
The top measures 15-3/8″ x 21″, and it is 26-3/4″ from the floor. It makes a nice lamp table next to a Morris chair or a bedside table. Construction is all solid quartersawn white oak, except for the drawer sides and bottom which are maple. The joinery is all mortise and tenon; the lower tenons are keyed through the front and back stretchers. The drawer is made with half-blind dovetails at the front and through dovetails at the back. The legs are laminated with 1/8″ thick veneer applied to the front and back to achieve the distinctive flaked figure on all four sides of the legs. The pull is hand carved quartersawn white oak. The medium color is aniline dye with a garnet shellac topcoat to provide a warm, lustrous surface. The entire piece has been coated with clear shellac and waxed.
I have two of these tables and they for sale, $1,300 each, or the pair for $2,500 + actual shipping/delivery costs. They are in stock and available immediately. Once my actual shipping costs are determined, you will receive an invoice. Your table will ship as soon as that invoice is paid.