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A Message from Stickley

Throughout the recent COVID-19 challenge we have been buoyed by the resilience and care we have experienced in our communities. We acknowledge that we have made the most progress when we have all taken measures that protect others. Stickley would like to take a moment and share with you how we are working diligently to ensure the health and safety of our employees, visitors, and customers. We are monitoring the current situation on a daily basis and will continue to make decisions based on directives from the WHO, CDC, local, state and federal government.

Our three manufacturing facilities are open to serve our valued customers. We have temporarily suspended tours of our Upstate NY factory to protect the health and safety of our employees and visitors, and The Stickley Museum remains closed.

Our sixteen Stickley Audi & Co. showrooms are in the process of reopening to the public; please visit stickleyaudi.com for the latest information.

The Stickley story began 120 years ago with three words – Als Ik Kan – “to the best of my ability.” Just as Gustav Stickley did, we will continue to handcraft America’s premium hardwood furniture with honor, integrity and pride. We will move ahead during these difficult times and put the health and safety of our employees and customers at the forefront.

Please visit our website and social media for future updates.

 

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SEE WHAT’S NEW IN OUR DOWNLOADABLE IMAGES!

Visit our download page to grab beautiful Stickley photography for your computer and phone. You’ll find calendar wallpapers for your desktop or laptop and artistic wallpapers for your mobile devices. We’ll keep adding more, so check back often!

THIS MONTH IN STICKLEY HISTORY

Happy Birthday, Alfred Audi!

Our beloved former CEO, Alfred J. Audi, was born in Brooklyn on April 11, 1938. Among his many accomplishments, Mr. Audi was the driving force behind the creation of The Stickley Museum. He’s shown here with one of its pieces: the Cherry Valley cannonball bed both he and his son slept in as children!

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VISIT THE STICKLEY MUSEUM

Drop by for a Self-Guided Tour

Call 315.682.5500 or email history@stickley.com to book a self-guided tour of The Stickley Museum, or stop in at your leisure. Current hours are Tuesday from 1:00 to 5:00pm and Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm. The Stickley Museum is located on the 2nd floor of the original L. & J.G. Stickley factory at 300 Orchard Street, Fayetteville, New York, above the Fayetteville Free Library. The museum is free and is fully accessible.

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STICKLEY ON SCREEN

How to see Gustav Stickley: American Craftsman

The father of the American Arts and Crafts movement is chronicled in the new documentary Gustav Stickley: American Craftsman. The film offers an unprecedented look at the life and works of Gustav Stickley and visits several key locations, including the Syracuse home where he created his first arts and crafts interior. TO WATCH THE FILM, choose your nearest Virtual Cinema location from this list and purchase your streaming ticket!

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WE’VE GOT A SECRET!

Stickley’s Hidden Compartments

Our late CEO, Alfred Audi, and then-Director of Design, Bill de Blaay, honored a centuries-old practice by building secret compartments into a select number of furniture designs. Two examples can be seen when you visit The Stickley Museum, but if you own a Stickley piece dating from 1987 on, there’s a chance you have one, too! Start searching now, be thorough, and be sure to look high and low! Follow us on social media to stay informed about upcoming giveaways (hint: finding a secret compartment might win you a prize!).

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