MAHOGANY CANOPY BEDS - SHADES FOR HAIR.
Mahogany Canopy Beds
Sophie Poster Bedroom Set in Cherry and Ash Burl Size: Queen
9601Q / 9602K / 9603N Size: Queen Features: -Set includes poster bed and nightstand. -Sophie collection. -Combination of Cherry and Ash Burl finishes. -Available in Queen or King sizes. -Solid hardwood and veneer construction. -Canopy construction: Metal. -Intricate resin carvings. -Bed has top grain leather upholstery. -Nightstand has one dovetail drawer and storage cabinet. -Dresser has twelve dovetail drawers. -Mirror has beveled glass. -TV armoire has two dovetail drawers and double hinged wrap around doors. -Chest has five dovetail drawers. -Additional nightstand, TV armoire, chest, mirror and dresser are optional. -Assembly required. -Manufacturer provides 6 months limited warranty against product defects. Specifications: -Queen bed dimensions: 102'' H x 92'' W x 80'' D. -King bed dimensions: 102'' H x 92'' W x 86'' D.
Old Fort Erie - Officers Quarters
The canopied folding bed made of mahogany with brass hinges in the Officer's Quarters belonged to Captain Nicholas (Michael) Toler Kingsley, Paymaster to the Kings 8th Regiment Foot. Originally from Ireland, he joined the 8th Foot Regiment 24 December 1802 and was stationed at Quebec City, Lower Canada. (His Majesty's Gentlemen: A Directory of Regular British Army Officers of the War of 1812. Sutherland, 2001)
During the War of 1812 with United States, Nicholas was stationed at Fort George (Niagara-on-the-Lake) and later at the Fort George Blockade. He died of fever 15 Sept 1813 at the Four Mile Creek encampment (Fort George Blockade). His bed was returned to his wife Susan, in Quebec City. Captain Nicholas and Susan Kingsley had three children: Edwin, Sarah Anne and George. George Kingsley is my Great, great, great Grandfather.
During the 1920's, the burying ground in which Nicholas Kingsley was interred was abandoned, and the remains of Nicholas and other members of his regiment were dug up. Nicholas was identified by the buttons and numbers on the uniform. News of this was published in the Toronto papers. Upon receipt of this news, a family member, Franklin Hardinge, located the folding bed. It was given for safekeeping to the Government of Canada and was eventually placed at Old Fort Erie.
Tall Post Bed with String Inlay
A formal bed, fashioned after an elegant 18th Century original, is offered in mahogany with a molded crown headboard and urn finials with decorative inlay. The traditional finish showcases fine inlay to its best advantage. Also available with a canopy frame.
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