This Package includes a Queen Size Cannonball Bed, 2 Country Hepplewhite Nightstands and a Mule Double Dresser Chest
Cannonball Bed Queen Size (circa 1720-1760)
The Eldred Wheeler Cannonball Bed features a wide turned post available in tiger maple or cherry wood. This post features the classic turned Cannonball style produced by the late 18th and early 19th Century New England Cabinetmakers.
Shown with the Country Cannonball headboard and optional shell carving. Post height is 56.5”. Height from floor to top of rail is 17”.
Country Hepplewhite Nightstand (circa 1790-1795)
During the end of the 18th Century, this simple Hepplewhite nightstand design was made in great quantities throughout the rural parts of New York. As was the case with the early pieces, this nightstand has a refined cockbeaded edge around the drawer.
Height 27 1/2” Width 18 3/4” Depth 17 3/4”
Mule Double Dresser Chest (circa 1750-1760)
Our practical dresser is derived from an early colonial form which originated in England. These early chests were referred to as “mule” chests because of their capacity to hold large quantities of linens or other soft goods. Ample drawer space makes our “mule” chest ideal for today’s bedrooms.