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A handmade Jonathan Charles Four Post Queen Bed, in rich, opulent and classic mahogany.
Chippendale style UK Queen size bed made from the finest mahogany veneers. The posts and finials have fine hand carving.
Depth inside: 81 inches (205.6 cm)
Height with short finial: 70 ½ inches (179.3 cm)
Width inside: 61 ½ inches (156.1 cm)
Product Code: 493805 Brand: Jonathan Charles Collection: Buckingham Material: Mahogany Furniture Type: Bed
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