Antique Mission oak Library Table or Desk – Limbert

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This mission Oak Library Table was made by Limbert. Charles P. Limbert (1854-1923) was one of the most successful furniture leaders in the history of Grand Rapids and the Arts and Crafts movement in America. The furniture that bears his name is often the most extraordinary examples of Arts and Crafts furniture ever made, and to this day is highly sought after and seriously collected. “Charles P. Limbert Furniture Co.” started in Grand Rapids in 1902. Limbert’s provided several major custom orders of furniture for the Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone National Park. The hotel is still filled with Limbert Rockers, Arm-Chairs and Settles.


Mission oak Library Table or Desk in original finish. This library table has double drawers with the name Limbert furniture company tamped on the side. The top is made with solid quarter oak that is 1″ thick, supported with nice corbels. Measures 48″ x 34″ and 29″ height. Circa 1900.



Heavy 1 inch thick solid quarter cut oak Table top


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