A small side table 20 " tall, 18 " diameter, having many uses from a telephone stand to a spot in the living room for a colorful floral display. The design dates from the early 1900's, originally appearing in Gustav Stickley's magazine "The Craftsman", published from from 1901 through 1907. The stand shown is made with quarter sawn white oak (as was much of Stickley's furniture). The design is notable for it's simplicity and utility.The quarter sawn white oak on the table top exhibits a very interesting natural "ray fleck" pattern typical of quarter sawn white oak. Stickley treasured these unique patterns for use with his furniture when he could obtain them.
The design shown can be ordered with a number of wood species choices such as USA origin White Oak, Red Oak, and Cherry, plus Various African or Caribbean Mahoganies.