With the Dutch words "Als Ik Kan" in his shopmark, Gustav Stickley made his promise to customers that he had given all he could to his work. In fashionable forest green, this 14oz cotton canvas souvenir tote bag complements your Craftsman style, and shows the world you support The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.
The zippered main compartment, lined in cotton sheeting, is equally well suited for books or beach gear. The open pocket on front is a great spot for keys and a cell phone.
When laid flat, bag measures 12" high and 18" wide. Handles are 28", creating a 12" drop. Gusset bottom is 4". Single external pocket is 7" wide by 9" deep.
Stainless Steel Travel Mug
$12.99 ($11.70 for museum members)
Gustav Stickley's "Als Ik Kan" Neckties
$55 ($49.50 for museum members)
These beautiful silk neckties are made exclusively for the Stickley Museum by Josh Bach. The custom woven fabric features Gustav Stickley’s joiner’s compass shopmark. Available in garnet, midnight, or loden, our ties are 100% silk and hand finished by Josh Bach Limited.
$68 ($61.20 for museum members)
This beautifully detailed wooden puzzle depicts the Yoshiko Yamamoto Centennial block print of the Log House. It is exclusively produced for us by Liberty Puzzles and features dozens of whimsy pieces in each puzzle.
Whimsy pieces, also known as figural pieces, are cut into the outline shape of a recognizable object, such as a person or an animal. The intricacy and broad array of subject matter of these whimsies add a distinct element of charm to the overall puzzle experience.
No one knows exactly when whimsy pieces started to appear in jigsaw puzzles, although it was most likely sometime in the late 19th century. By the late 1920s, figural pieces were common among numerous puzzle makers. With the advent and widespread distribution of die-cut, cardboard jigsaw puzzles, whimsy pieces became less and less common. With the exception of hand-cut jigsaw puzzles, today it is hard to find puzzles with whimsy pieces.
Limited-Edition Centennial Charger
$150 ($135 for museum members)
The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms is proud to present this unique limited-edition centennial charger. As many of you may have seen in our Mr. Stickley’s Restaurant exhibit of 2009, the Craftsman Restaurant used Lenox ivory plates with Stickley’s Als Ik Kan shopmark on a camel colored rim. Thanks to the vision and generosity of Stickley great-grandson, Louis Glesmann, Lenox has created a faithful reproduction of the original Lenox plates used in the restaurant, with one special addition.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Log House, each features an image based on the centennial block print commissioned by the Stickley Museum and created by Yoshiko Yamamoto, of the Arts & Crafts Press. Production was limited to 100 of these hand-numbered chargers, and on the back of each charger is a special message about the 100th anniversary. Each comes packed in a presentation box.
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30 March 2017
The Stickley Museum
at Craftsman Farms
2352 Route 10 West
Morris Plains, NJ 07950