Pencil Post Bed :
Pencil Post Beds were built throughout New England during the 1700s. Pencil post beds typically held fabric on a tester frame hiding the posts. Our handcrafted pencil post bed displays the slender tapered posts capped by a finely-turned acorn finial.
Post height is 72”.
Height from floor to top of rail is 17”
Country Hepple White Nighstand :
Nightstands with simple turned legs were made in considerable quantities throughout New England during the late 18th and early 19th Century. Our handcrafted Sheraton Nightstand features a single beaded drawer and a rare “breadboard” shelf with a beaded skirt.
Height 28 7/8” Width 20” Depth 16 7/8”
Ten Drawer Chippendale Chest :
This Chippendale carved curly maple or cherry tall chest-of-drawers was produced in New England and could have been found in almost any region of the area. Slightly wider than our chests, the ten drawer chest features a hand-carved center drawer and ogee foot. As was common with most chests of this period, this piece features hardwood top and exposed dovetails.
Height: 56″ Width: 37″ Depth: 19 1/2″