Here is a pic of the sticker on the underseat of the chair.
I think it says "Stickley & Brothers" - found that info on the web.
Here is a link that might be useful:
Yea, You got it posted. I'm so happy for ya!!! Hope you can find some info on your chair.
I think if I were you, I'd contact the Stickley company, and send the pictures you've posted here, and see what they can tell you.
Most Stickley furniture is more arts & craft style than this. This chair makes me "itch", saying I think it IS old. Wonder if they could even repair it for you by replacing the leg.
Great find. No, NOT in the garden!
Craftlady: post your picture on the American Bungalow Magazine bulletin board. Lots of experts there.
I found a "SIGNED" Limbert sewing rocker in an antique store for $50.00. In original condition. Limbert was a contemporary of Gustav Stickley. I was SO excited.
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/joyce6333/detail?.dir=5e5c&.dnm=9a34.jpg&.src=ph (having trouble linking this photo. Hope you can see it)