1880's Mission Oak Smoking Stand - Arts & Crafts

This American mission oak style arts and crafts smoking stand dates to the 1880's or before, shortly after the Civil War. Its handmade Western pedigree shows in every aspect. Chamfered drawer and original period knob, rough workmanship, copper plate ashtray insert with cigar grooves and cigarette pack match holder.

'Gunsmoke' TV series fans tell me that James Arness smoked only twice on the series, once being the last episode. Look for this exact style smoking stand in your 'Gunsmoke' archives. Join 'the boys' on their Spanish veranda, the beginnings of the Mission Oak era.

Wouldn't this be the perfect gift for the cowboy in your life?

Measures 32 - 3 / 4" high, 7 - 5 / 8" square.

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Item ID: 13105

$295 USD

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