Carol Eppel and Bob Gangl specialize in American furniture. They sell high quality furniture from the Arts and Crafts period, offering signed pieces in original finish and well made pieces by other known manufacturers. They also offer lighting, art pottery, prints and textiles.
Carol has a special fondness for American period country furniture and correct smalls, and Bob likes good high-end Victorian furniture.
Carol and Bob sell out of American Gothic Antiques in Stillwater, MN. They also sell privately by appointment, and at select national shows, including the National Arts and Crafts Conference each February at the Grove Park Inn.
Please contact them via email or telephone number listed below.
Since 1980 Dalton’s has established itself as an unparalleled resource for original Arts and Crafts furnishings and decorative accessories. Under the direction of Dalton’s founder David Rudd, carefully selected examples of original condition furniture, pottery, art and metalwork are offered for both beginning and experienced collectors.
Dalton’s clients benefit from a unique combination of decades of experience, knowledge of superior forms, discerning judgment and the finest selection available. David Rudd and Debbie Goldwein are the principals of Dalton’s and equally share the responsibilities of operating this unique gallery.
For almost 30 years I have researched, bought and sold the sterling-on-bronze items manufactured by the Heintz Art Metal Shop, (Buffalo, NY, 1906-30). This most unique metalwork of the period has steadily grown in acceptance and popularity. I maintain a large inventory of vases, bowls, desk items, tobaccoiana, and table lamps. A representative selection my be viewed on my website, www.heintzcollector.com. Additionally, I am an annual exhibitor at the Grove Park Inn Arts and Crafts Conference and Show, and am available by appointment in Brooklyn, NY. I am nationally recognized and look forward to help build your collection.
Denise Burns specializes in antique and hand tooled leather goods inspired by the Arts and Crafts era. She exhibits at the National Arts and Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn.
Eastwood Gallery specializes in Stickley furniture and accessories of the American Arts & Crafts Movement (1890 – 1920 ). Our antique inventory is focused on the leading manufacturers of the period and includes Gustav Stickley furniture, L. & J.G. Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Limbert, Roycroft, Rookwood pottery, Weller, Teco and Roseville pottery to name but a few.
We are also particularly interested in the work of Minnesota and American Midwestern artists and manufacturers, including The Minneapolis Handicraft Guild, John Scott Bradstreet, U.N.D. Pottery, Robert Jarvie, and Kalo silver of Chicago. We also offer a broad selection of lesser known furniture and accessory makers as well.
Gene and Jody Zwiefel
Gene and Jody Zwiefel of Kindred Styles Antiques are well-known throughout the Midwest for their quality selection of affordable Arts and Crafts furniture, lighting, textiles, artwork, and metalware of the Arts and Crafts era. In addition to their website inventory, they exhibit at major shows throughout the Midwest, and at the National Arts and Crafts Conference each February at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC.
Marc Tisdale handles a wide range of art pottery, accessories, and furniture from the Arts and Crafts era. Among other shows, he exhibits each year at the National Arts and Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn overlooking Asheville, NC.
Phil Taylor Antiques is a leading business in the Midwest specializing in furniture and accessories from the Arts & Crafts movement. Our store carries original vintage antiques from companies including Gustav Stickley, L & JG Stickley, Roycroft, Limbert, Stickley Brothers and other manufacturers from that vibrant American era (1900 – 1925).
Check our website often for furniture updates. We are in our 35th year selling antiques. New, fine quality, reproduction mission oak furniture is also available through Phil Taylor Antiques. The furniture is made from quartersawn white oak and is of excellent design and quality. We commission the work from experienced woodworkers. Phil applies a rich finish, creating pieces that enhance the home or office.
Welcome to StickleyCopper.com! We are southeastern Pennsylvania’s premier Arts & Crafts and mission furniture and decorative arts gallery! We currently have a great selection of mission furniture, copper, pottery, lighting and period antiques in our gallery space in beautiful Chester County, Pennsylvania.
We have been passionately collecting since the 1970’s when we brought our first of piece Gustav Stickley furniture into our home. We buy, sell and trade in all types of Arts & Crafts and mission furniture, hammered copper, sterling silver, metalware, lighting, pottery and period antiques from such makers as Stickley, Limbert, Roycroft, and many more.
Please call ahead and make an appointment to visit our gallery or inquire for a list of our current inventory.
Steven Thomas & Deborah Bassett
We have been in business since 1980, dealing in antiques and fine art. For the past 28 years or so we have included woodblock prints from the Arts & Crafts era (c. 1895-1930) in our inventory. We exhibit yearly at the National Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Conference & Show in Asheville, North Carolina. We have also written articles and led discussion groups on the subject of Arts and Crafts art. In addition, we exhibit at selected antiques shows and prints fairs.
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Steve and Mary Ann Voorhees
They have been prominent dealers (and passionate collectors) of Arts and Crafts antiques for over 25 years. They are noted for their discoveries of rare, museum-quality examples of antiques by Gustav Stickley, L. & J.G. Stickley, Limbert, Dirk Van erp, and many other noted Arts and Crafts firms.
As explained on their website, “Although Arts and Crafts reproduction furniture had been available for several years, many of our clients had difficulty finding pieces comparable to their antiques in materials, construction, and finishes. Our success in helping our clients complete their environments, coupled with the diminishing supply and escalating prices for many desirable forms, led to the expansion of our line of reproduction Arts and Crafts furniture. We welcome custom orders and invite you to be a part of the creative process. We also make sofa beds in queen and king sizes, many styles of dining tables, computer and lamp tables, stereo and entertainment centers, china cabinets, bookcases, nightstands, billiards chairs, and other styles of settles.”
Whether you are looking for quality Arts and Crafts antiques or new Arts and Crafts furniture, be sure to check their website.
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