Stickley Museum Brand Merchandise

Purchases made in the Stickley Museum Shop directly support the operations of the Stickley Museum and the care of this National Historic Landmark. 

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 Stainless Steele Travel Mug

Stainless Steel Travel Mug

$12.99 ($11.70 for museum members)



With its double-wall insulation, this stainless steel outer walled and black plastic lined Travel Mug keeps drinks warm for the long drive. The black push-on lid has a thumb-slide opening on top to prevent messy accidents.


In fashionable copper, this branded 16 oz. mug fits in with your Craftsman style, and shows the world you support The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.





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. 100% silk and hand finished by Josh Bach Limited.




puzzleWooden Puzzle of Yoshiko Yamamoto Block Print

$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.



campfire mug  Ceramic Campfire Shopmark Mug

  $10 ($9 for museum members)




Relive the spirit of adventure with this ceramic campfire mug detailed with Gustav Stickley's famous joiner's  compass shopmark! With a sleek black-on-white design, Stickley's shopmark stands out quite well on this mug, along with the "Als Ik Kan" quote and the name of the museum. This mug is not only a sleek and practical way to drink beverages, but also supports the important work done at The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.


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Yoshiko Yamamoto Block Print Scarf

$36 ($32.40 for museum members)



Yoshiko Yamamoto’s woodblock print was commissioned by the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms in celebration of the 2011 centennial of the Log House. This design has recently been featured on exclusive prints and laser-cut wooden puzzles, and now you can even wear the unique design in the form of a vibrant scarf! 

The scarf was manufactured by McGovern and Company, a producer of high quality souvenirs for many National Park museum stores throughout the country. Our Log House scarves are made from 100% soft polyester voile and measure at roughly 72" x 30"in size.


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Web orders are typically shipped within 5 business days, unless a different time period is given in the product listing. If you have any questions about your purchase, please call us at 973.540.0311 or email


16 October 2019


  On Sunday, October 13, 2019 there will be no guided tours of the Log House. Instead, the  museum will be open for visitors to walk through at their leisure from noon - 4 p.m. during our annual FREE Open House.

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