Stickley Era, Arts & Crafts and Mission Furniture
Directory of Makers and Shop Marks, with Reference Information and
Hardware Guide, plus Retailers and Manual Arts Suppliers.
Covering the Arts & Crafts Movement in the United States and Canada,
ca. 1900 – ca. 1915, these pages highlight the identifying marks commonly
encountered on Mission Oak furniture found in the antiques market.
While furniture is the primary focus, extra features will be gradually added
to the site with regard to many other aspects of the Arts & Crafts Movement.
The site FORUM is a continuation of over six years of discussion on the past
and present movement and marketplace, and what the future might hold.
American Furniture Makers
American Furniture Retailers
American Manual Arts Suppliers
Canadian Furniture Makers and Retailers
Unknown Shop Marks
American Makers Hardware Guide
Unknown Makers Hardware, Hardware Suppliers,
Manual Arts Hardware
Discuss in the NEW
Gustav Stickley, L. & J.G. Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Roycroft Shops, Charles Limbert, Shop of the Crafters, Charles Rohlfs, Lifetime Furniture, Michigan Chair Company, Joseph McHugh, Charles Stickley, Barber Brothers Chair, Brooks Manufacturing, W.B. Brown Company, Byrdcliffe, Chicago Mission Furniture, Come-Packt, Conrey-Davis, Cortland Cabinet, George Grant Elmslie, George C. Flint, Ford and Johnson, Globe-Wernicke, Grand Ledge Chair, Grand Rapids Bookcase, Greene and Greene, Charles Greenman, Frank S. Harden, Heywood Wakefield, Hubbard Eldredge and Milller, Karpen, King Furniture, Knaus Furniture, Lakeside Craft Shops, Larkin Company, William Leavens, George Washington Maher, George Mann Niedecken, Ramsey-Alton, Old Hickory Chair, Paine Furniture, Phoenix Furniture, Plail Brothers, Quaint Art Furniture, Quaker Mission Craft, Rishel, Ritter Brothers, Rose Valley Association, Tobey Furniture, Twin City Mission, Woodcraft Guild, Frank Lloyd Wright, J.M. Young