26 November 1996
AN ITALIAN GILTWOOD AND GILT WROUGHT-IRON BED
Late 17th early 18th Century
The rectangular frame with high pierced C-scroll ends, the square uprights terminating in fluted and foliate bobbin-turned finials with red-painted spirally-fluted finials, the ends with two further conforming finials, joined by an upper rail hung with lambrequined tassels, with mattress, refreshments to flowering finials
83 in. (211 cm.) wide; 83 in. (211 cm.) high; 63¾ in. (161 cm.) deep
Lady D'Abernon, wife of the Viscount D'Abernon, G.C.B., G.C.M.G, and daughter of 1st Earl of Feversham.
Lady Mallet and thence by descent.
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