Library Table

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Gustav Stickley, an American designer and furniture manufacturer designed the Library table in 1906. Stickley was part of the Arts and Crafts movement which supported handicrafts and emphasized simple, reasonably priced furniture that was easy to manufacture. The Library table’s construction is sturdy, with six legs supported by three cross beams joined in the center. The tabletop is covered with a sheet of leather and secured with visible metal pins around the perimeter.

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Wood; Leather

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Furniture

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