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Four-poster tester bed : Attributed to Georges Jacob (1739-1814) (furniture maker) : Creation Date: c.1775-85  Materials:   Giltwood, embroidered silk, ostrich feathers    Almost certainly supplied for George IV's bedroom at Carlton House, probably ordered through Dominique Dague

Georges Jacob (1739-1814) - Tester bed

Four-poster tester bed carved and gilt with oval crown dome with plume of ostrich feathers on top, silk canopy and green and purple embroidered gold-fringed curtains; gilt wooden mounts of trophies and wreaths; ornate frieze; fluted Ionic columns at each corner with plumed helmet capitals.

Marie Antoinette's bed, Palace of Versailles. OMG, this bed is right up my street. Beautiful perfection!

Marie Antoinette's bed, Palace of Versailles

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Read the great article about this Oak Elizabethan bed  It comes back to Ordsall Hall after 300 years - Manchester Evening News

Elizabethan bed 'bought for a princess' comes back to Ordsall Hall after 300 years

Four-poster was made for the wedding night of Sir John Radclyffe and Lady Anne Asshawe

In 16th Century Tudor England, many homes had thatched roofs which, though picturesque, sometimes were less than perfect in keeping out visitors such as birds and bats. Thus the bed became one’s “house within a house”; a sense of security that is still prized today. This is a reproduction bed believe it or not and the other furniture is not period Tudor but what a happy mixture! Yes please!!

English Tudor Bed

Based on a very old bed, this reproduction is among the newest in our line. In 16th Century Tudor England, many homes had thatched roofs which, though picturesque, sometimes were less than perfect in keeping out visitors such as birds and bats. Thus the bed became one’s “house within a house”; a sense of security that is still prized today. Our English Tudor Bed, shown here, is made of hand scraped cherry which reveals the vibrant wood grain and rich color. It is available in a medium or…

Bed, Marie Antoinette

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A late 16th/early 17th century Carved Oak Bed with elaborately carved bulbous posts and carved headboard. The tester of later date, carved with hearts and arrows. Such beds reflect the newly arrived Flemish influence in England in the sixteenth-century.  Bunratty Castle Medieval Collection

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Chinese Beds for Sale | huanghuali bed from the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) was sold for 43.12 ...

Huanghuali furniture creates new craze

Huanghuali, a rare species of rosewood, has become a favorite for Chinese antique furniture collectors. A huanghuali chair from Ming dynasty was auctioned at 62 million yuan ($9.3 million) on Dec 12, setting new record for its category.

french rococo furniture reproductions | Rococo Bed | Mahogany Bedroom Sets | French Furniture | Indonesia ...

Rococo Bed

Elizabethan carved oak tester bed, circa 1580. Marhamchurch antiques

Specialists in Early Oak Furniture | Marhamchurch Antiques

Elizabethan carved oak tester bed, circa 1580. Marhamchurch antiques

Pavlovsk Palace one of the most beautiful palaces in the world.   thank you Suzanne Massie for all that you did!

Canopy Bed inside Pavlovsk Palace

Bed

Art Nouveau Bed, 1900

'Art Nouveau Bed, 1900' Giclee Print - Eugene Vallin | AllPosters.com

Item #4035218

Art Deco style bed - This is a good example of the difference between Art Deco (very linear) and Art Nouveau (use of nature in the design).

Art Deco style bed - This is a good example of the difference between Art Deco (very linear) and Art Nouveau (use of nature in the design).

Linderhof Castle..Kings bed chamber. The bed is 2 meters by 2.5 meters wide.  A giant sized bed for a large-than-life King. Ludwig liked ornate drapes in his bedroom.

rooms inside castles

Skogaholm, Skansen, Stockholm. ♡ ~Rustic Living ~GJ *  www.rusticlivingbygj.blogspot.nl

Miras Mirakel

Hastigt och lustigt fick vi anledning att besöka Tyskland i mitten av augusti, närmare bestämt den lilla staden Waiblingen utanför Stuttgart i sydväs…