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Mission Double Door Bookcase
Arts and Crafts Mission Double Door Bookcase - 9162
Item #: 9162
Availability: In Stock
Usually ships In 3-7 Business Days
List Price: $1,759.00
USA Northern Red Oak
Veneer is USA Quarter Sawn (Only used on side panels)
Solid top construction
All joints are mortise and tenon
Screwed on ply case backs - no staples
Dimensions: 63W x 14D x 61H
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Free Standard Home Delivery:
This service is a 2-person delivery used for larger items and provides delivery to the threshold or to the first dry area.
Premium White Glove Delivery:
2-person delivery to the inside of the residence. Includes inside placement, up to two 2 flights of stairs, unpacking, debris removal, and light assembly limited to thirty 30 minutes. Light assembly services are limited to those that can be performed with an adjustable wrench and screwdrivers.
On both levels of service the shipping provider will call to make delivery appointment (Monday-Friday 0800-1700).
Deliveries will be made within a four hour window.
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Arts and Crafts Industries designs and builds superb furniture based on the uniquely American Arts and Crafts movement. Founded in the late 19th century, the Arts and Crafts movement stressed utilitarian stressing, elegant structure and handmade joinery to complement the architecture and interior design of Craftsman houses of the early 1900s. Arts and Crafts furniture making, as a movement, is based on dedication to quality and integrity.
Inspired by the French Art Nouveau the Arts and Crafts movement began around 1880 and rose to a popular height in America from 1900-1919. Founding members, such as Gustav Stickley, William Morris, and the Greene and Greene brothers, rejected the ornamentation and grandeur of Victorian décor. They contended that the other contemporary styles disguised structure and accepted cheap reproductions rather than authentic constructions. The Arts and Crafts movement is said to have even inspired and influenced the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright.