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Christmas Came Early: A Pair of Stickley Nightstands on Craigslist!

Christmas Came Early: A Pair of Stickley Nightstands on Craigslist!

I’ve written in the past about all the great things we’ve purchased on Craigslist, including our house itself, an antique roll-top desk, a beautiful Stickley cabinet, and the gorgeous Warren Hile Prairie Chair I scored earlier this year.  Well, this week it happened again, and Christmas came early, in the form of a pair of...
Our Collection of Arts & Crafts Furnishings Found on Craigslist

Our Collection of Arts & Crafts Furnishings Found on Craigslist

In light of the two recent great deals I’ve found on Craigslist (the oak desk and the Stickley nightstand), I thought I’d take the opportunity to show you some of the other Arts & Crafts items I’ve acquired through the site. It’s no secret that it can be very expensive to furnish your bungalow home...
Another Incredible Deal On Craigslist: A Stickley Cabinet

Another Incredible Deal On Craigslist: A Stickley Cabinet

It’s no secret that I am a Craigslist addict.  I willfully admit it.  We’ve furnished much of our house with purchases made through the site, and in fact, we even found our house on Craigslist.  You’ll recall that a few weeks ago I scored an amazing 1917 quarter-sawn oak roll-top desk, and this week I...

1917 Quarter-sawn Oak Roll-Top Desk Score on Portland Craigslist!

This week I scored a great deal on craigslist – a beautiful 1917 quarter-sawn oak roll-top desk.  There’s a tag/sticker on it that has July 11, 1917 as the factory date. It also says “Style No. 663-C” and “P. H. Rack” (see below).  I’m not sure if that’s the furniture maker or some other type...
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