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Mission Rose Cabinet

Stickley 2024 Collector Edition

$2,799Limited Edition
Solid Quarter Sawn Oak
Case Wood Finish

Case Wood Finish

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Aurora
054
Bay Brown
507
Centennial
031
Fayetteville
035
Fieldstone
502
Lodge
503
Manlius
077
Mink
508
Natural
506
Onondaga
032
Oynx
505
Raven
509
Sand
501

Features

The 2024 Collector Edition Mission Rose Cabinet is a small piece that holds countless possibilities, perfect for use as an entry cabinet beneath a mirror, a bedside or chairside table, a linen cabinet, or even a miniature bar.

Standing on light, tapered legs, the slender case of solid American white oak is defined by bold chamfered corners with rounded stops, honoring and modernizing a traditional carpenter's detail; other familiar Mission features include exposed pin joints and through-posts with subtle pyramidal tops.

Inside, an adjustable shelf allows for customizable storage. And finishing the piece in breathtaking fashion, two large, slightly recessed inlays recreate an early Stickley Brothers design—itself influenced by British Art Nouveau—in beautiful decorative wood veneers.

Dimensions

Width: 22in

Depth: 16in

Height: 33in

Warranty

We believe strongly in the quality and integrity of our workmanship and products, and we want you to be thoroughly pleased with your Stickley furniture as it becomes an important family heirloom for generations to come.

Should the furniture fail structurally at any time during the lifetime of the original owner, because of workmanship or material, Stickley will repair or replace it at our discretion.

If Stickley determines that the issue in question is covered by warranty, and that repair is impractical, you will be furnished a replacement product of the same or similar color, design, style, and quality. See Stickley Warranty for more information.

The Rose Inlay

This striking inlay motif was first used in a bedroom suite by Stickley Bros. of Grand Rapids, led by Albert Stickley (brother of Gustav and Leopold), in 1903.

The design shows some influence of Scottish designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, as well as British Art Nouveau, and may have been created by Stickley Bros. designers T.A Conti, known for his inlay work, and Scotsman David Robertson Smith.

The inlay features walnut rose petals, maple buds, cherry vine, and a bird's eye maple border, all on a quarter sawn oak background.

Get Yours Before It's History

Only available through 2024, the Mission Rose Cabinet is a piece of history in the making.

Its small scale and striking design features make it a great piece for many different settings like a front entrace, bedside, or even a small bar cabinet.

See the beauty of the Mission Rose for yourself. Now on display.

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It's All In The Details

A chamfer runs down the side of the posts to add character and intrigue; plus, the legs taper slightly for a lighter, more contemporary look.

Solid quarter sawn oak is a staple of any Stickley Mission piece and the beautiful ray flake it exudes adds so much life and complexity to the aesthetic.

Pinned mortise and tenon joints finish off the case and ensure that this Stickley Collector Edition lasts a lifetime.