Harvey Ellis Cabinet from Stickley furniture is a collectible piece
An heirloom for your grandchildren. Stickley furniture introduces the Harvey Ellis Cabinet. Available only until December 31, 2010.
This Harvey Ellis limited edition collectible is patterned after a rare century-old music cabinet. Harvey Ellis, “the genius in the shadows”, who worked for the father of American arts and crafts furniture, Gustav Stickley in 1903-04.
Today’s Harvey Ellis Cabinet is extremely versatile and serves as a visual centerpiece in any room.
It stands 44″ high and is distinguished by its overhanging prairie top, gracefully arched apron, and stylized floral inlay done in a mix of maple, walnut and cherry. There is a shelf behind the door and open shelving underneath, all adjustable and removable.
Quality cabinetry crafted from quarter-sawn white oak or wild black cherry.
Available in all of Stickley’s hand-rubbed finishes.
Click at the link to see an original Harvey Ellis music cabinet on Antiques Roadshow.
See this new Harvey Ellis Collector piece at Manderley Manor 561 Mount Pleasant Road Toronto.