This Limbert table from the early 1900s features gentle curves on each edge and arched openings in the side panels provide access to the shelf.
Overall dimensions: 20″ wide, 20″ deep, by 29″ high, made of quarter-sawn white oak.
This is the so-called “lost” Stickley Mission style table, which was prototyped, but never was in production. What makes it unique is the front and back splay of the legs. It’s this slight angle that gives this table more character than straight-legged versions that were mass produced.
27″ high, 22″ deep, 16″ wide. Solid quarter sawn oak. (can also be made of cherry)
“We ordered two Stickley bedside tables from Patrick and could not be happier. He took such extraordinary care in the craftsmanship and the pieces are simply beautiful.” – Wendy K., Manhattan