David Surgan/ Heintz Art Metal Shop
Table lamps are a stylish vintage alternative to art glass lighting. Crafted of their signature sterling-silver-on-bronze , the warm glow of mica shade liners invites attention. Extensive inventory, different forms & patinas.
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Edward E. Boynton House
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Easternmost Prairie School house, which was built in 1908. This house has 220 original Wright art glass windows, clerestories and skylights, as well as its original furniture. Private Residence.
Rochester, New York 14610
Elbert Hubbard-Roycroft Museum
This house, built by Roycroft Craftsmen in 1910, contains an extensive collection of beautifully bound and illumined books and original manuscripts, Roycroft furniture and handmade copper crafts. It’s a must-see for Roycroft aficionados.
East Aurora, New York 14052
Everson Museum of Art
This museum has a stellar collection of American ceramics, which contains pieces by Adelaide Alsop Robineau, Roseville, Rookwood and many others.
Syracuse, New York 13202
First Universalist Church
Designed by Claude Bragdon in 1908. This is a good example of the English side of the Arts & Crafts movement and includes an art glass design by Bragdon.
Rochester, New York 14604
Forest Lawn Cemetery
Blue Sky Mausoleum was built here in 2004 based on designs by Frank Lloyd Wright. Several Roycrofters, including Elbert Hubbard’s family, are buried here. Worth a visit if you’re in the Buffalo area and feel the need to pay your respects.
Buffalo, New York 14209
Gustav Stickley House
Although it appears, from the exterior, to be a typical Queen Anne style house with Colonial Revival detailing, Gustav Stickley’s 1900 home in Syracuse provided him with the opportunity to create his earliest fully realized Craftsman style residential interior. After a terrible Christmas Eve fire in 1901, Stickley created a masterful Arts & Crafts interior on the First and Second Floors which still exists today. The house is currently owned by the University Neighborhood Preservation Association and has recently completed Phase One exterior restoration. Fundraising for a comprehensive interior restoration is underway. Although the house is typically not open to the public, if you plan to be in Syracuse please contact the Gustav Stickley House Foundation (at [email protected]) and they may be able to coordinate a visit to the house.
438 Columbus Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210
Syracuse, New York 13210
L. & J.G. Stickley. Inc.
Manufacturer of premium solid wood furniture since 1900, including the historic Mission Collection along with traditional, contemporary and upholstered designs. Stickley markets its products through company-owned showrooms and independent retailers.
P.O. Box 480
Manlius, New York 13104
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Living room of Little House II, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is on display in the museum.
New York, New York 10028
Mission Guild Studio
Roycroft Renaissance Awarded Master Artisans. Handcrafted Art Tiles, Decorative Tile Murals, Arts & Crafts Fireplace Tiles, Framed Tiles and More. Online Catalog & Online Shopping Available. Forward Thinking In the Craftsman Tradition.
Mount Vision, New York 13810
New York Historical Society
This museum has over 130 Tiffany Lamps, which are all from a single collection. Also included are some ceramics from the Arts & Crafts movement.
New York, New York 10024
Robert Trout, Metalsmith
As a Roycroft Renaissance Master Artisan in Metal, I seek to promote, preserve, and perpetuate the philosophy and skills exemplified in the Arts & Crafts movement through my own work. See my ‘Marketplace’ ads and call or email with any inquiries.
Ontario, New York 14519