Collected in this book are edited versions of four catalogs depicting furniture and metalwork of the Stickley Brothers Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan. This company began manufacturing furniture in 1892, and was soon a leader in manufacturing the extremely popular “mission” style of furniture. Stickley Brothers’ contributions can be seen in the sophisticated designs and sketches of room settings presented in the Arts and Crafts decorative style. This book features furniture with wood and metal inlay and hand-wrought copper detailing, and elaborately crafted lighting fixtures and other accessories for complete interiors. Early in its history, the company adopted the “Quaint” trademark; thus Stickley Brothers furniture is often referred to as “Quaint Furniture”. This book is one of several excellent catalog reprints that document this company’s extraordinary variety of quality mission furniture.