Stickley 700 Bookcase
Originally designed by Harvey Ellis, for Gustav Stickley, The #700 Bookcase has become a classic piece which represents the Arts & Crafts period extremely Well
Deceptively simple in appearance, this Solid furniture piece has dual panel shiplap backing, exposed through tenon joinery at its base, and a complex lap rabbet joint detail on the door, which will humble experienced woodworkers, during its execution.
Finishing techniques will be reviewed but not applied during the class. Upon completion of the course, students will have a piece that is dry fit, together, and ready for sanding, glue up, and finishing work back at their own home shops. Or students can choose to have us complete their bookcase to our museum quality standards by taking advantage of our completion service.
This class is limited to only 6 students, so you’ll receive lots of instruction & personal attention !
Open Group Tuition: $956 Materials/Lab: $480 :: For One on One, or Private Group Tuition, Contact Us
Course Length: 5 Days
Skill Level: Intermediate
Pre-requisites: Fundamental Woodworking or Equivalent
Maximum Class Size: 6 Participants