L & J G Stickley Inc

By: Bubbajunk.com

In 1900 Leopold Stickley and his younger brother, John George bought a furniture factory in Fayetteville, New York, and incorporated it four years later as L. & J.G. Stickley. Located in Fayetteville, New York, since 1900, the factory was moved to its present location in nearby Manlius, New York, in 1985. Stickley is having more than 1300 employees.  

Company provides different types of collections such as metropolitan collection, tradition collection, French collection, 21st century collection and Edinburgh collection. The metropolitan collection combines function, flair, and StickleyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s unmistakable construction features. Metropolitan collection is elegantly simple, highly sophisticated, superbly rectilinear and marvelously modern. Traditional collection is classic grace and stately elegance. In rich mahogany or solid cherry, the Stickley traditional collection creates an inviting, comfortable setting.  

From the traditional look of Directoire to the casual elegance of LaRochelle and Mirabelle, Stickley's French collection offers classic styling with an international flair. This collection is truly unique, and allows you to reflect your own individuality through your home decor. Blending familiar mission design elements such as squared spindles and unique joinery with a more streamlined, contemporary influence, the Stickley 21st Century Collection defines the timelessness of arts and crafts design.  

The factory has more than 400,000 square feet of efficient production space. In addition to the historic mission collection, the craftsmen and craftswomen of Stickley produce traditional 18th Century pieces. At Stickley, Authentic designs; integrity of construction and commitment to craftsmanship is a difference.