Join Townhouse Galleries as we celebrate the Stickley Story! September 12, at Townhouse Galleries Huntsville, those wishing to explore the roots of Mission style furniture are invited to pull up a chair for an engaging expert's take on the Stickley company. Mike Danial, Stickley's corporate historian and museum curator, intimately knows the ups-and-downs of the indigenous Mission furniture style, and the American company still producing it today. The Stickley story is one of commitment to honest craftsmanship and laudable ideals. The sturdy and practical furniture which came into being as a rebellion against the ornate Victorian style of the day, definitely resonates again with home owners, where simplicity and authenticity are sought. Not only the original designs of Gustav Stickley, Leopold Stickley, Harvey Ellis, Charles Limbert, the Roycrofters and others are still sold, but everything from your kitchen island to a niche for your plasma TV are available for today's homes. Everyone is is welcome to bring photos of antique Mission pieces for free and informal appraisals by Mike Danial. This talk is free of charge and refreshments will be served. For reservations please call: 256-350-1320. Join us: September 12, 2013 6pm-9pm Huntsville Location