English Oak Magnificent Four-Poster Bed
A really magnificent English Oak 4-poster bed from the early Stuart period, having a tester comprising 20 moulded panels and a dentilled cornice above finely fluted rails. The headboard features a top rail with lunette carving, above a pair of arcaded doors with fluted pilasters and flanked by finely carved lozenge-shaped panels. The twin foot posts having gadrooned bulbous cups above leaf carving, surmounted by finely fluted columns. The footboard comprises a top rail with lunette carving above four plain panels with fluted muntins and a moulded channel rail. Any other sizes can be designed. WE CAN ALSO SUPPLY MATTRESSES ON REQUEST
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- 221cm / 87 inches
- 183cm / 72 inches
- 206cm / 81 inches
Create your own personal, unique piece of bespoke furniture
We understand that every piece of handmade furniture is as unique as its owner. If you would like this product in a bespoke size, colour, or finish, or would like any other alteration then please contact us to discuss in more detail.
Call 01473 252158 or make a Product enquiry
If you want to order this piece, either contact our head office on 01473 252158 or visit our workshops in Ipswich to order.
When you’re happy with the design and size of the piece and have decided on the finish, we’ll send you an order acknowledgement and take a 50 per cent deposit.
Unless we have it in stock, each piece takes between 8-10 weeks to make, sometimes longer if it’s more complicated to produce.
When your item is nearing completion, we’ll contact you to arrange delivery and take the balance.
Delivery via Titchmarsh & Goodwin van can be arranged to most areas of the country. A delivery charge may apply, starting from £70, depending on your location and we cannot guarantee specific dates and times.
Furniture Care Notes
We suggest a sparing application of a good quality natural beeswax polish from time to time.
- Spillages should be removed promptly.
- Protect tables from direct heat when possible.
- All wooden furniture will change colour slightly if exposed to direct sunlight.