Stickley Prints

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 2:32 pm
I saw some prints on the tv show Hidden Hills that I loved so I e-mailed the show to see if they could tell me who they were by or where to get them. The prints were of flowers. <br> <br>According to the e-mail I received back from the show they are Stickley prints which are being rented from a prop house. I have tried all kinds of searches on the web and have not come across anything but Stickley furniture. Does anybody know if Stickley did any prints? And if so, should I be looking for an original$$$$$ or a new re-print$? <br> <br>Any help would be greatly appreciated!! <br> <br>

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 2:32 pm
I saw a pair of large prints of ginkgo leaves in the Dau showroom in St. Louis (new Stickley dealer). I seem to remember that they were Stickley brand, but I'm not sure. The store webpage is below. The prints aren't shown but you could call or email them. <br> <br>dau home furnishings <br>http://www.daufurniture.com/stickley.html <br>

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 2:32 pm
Stickley has carried Anita Munman prints and that may be what you have seen. They often show up in the background of TV and movie sets. I have several in my home and they really are striking. I may have the opportunity to purchase three more from a friend. They usually are framed in quality Arts and Crafts oak frames. The subject matter usually includes images of nature. Let me know if you are interested. I know the large Gingko leaves I saw of Munman design was about $450, but these that I may be able to buy I think would be less money. I know this person has a branch of orange tree design and a some type of full tree design. Let me know if you are interested <br>

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 2:33 pm
Thank you for your help! I am actually familiar with Anita Munman's newer works. She has the Gingko print on e-bay all the time. If your friend has a pair of her older prints I would be interested in purchasing them. <br> <br>

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