Leonards Cannonball & Bell Lowpost Bed
The cannonball symbol became popular in America in the late 18th Century as a proud representation of the colonies victory in the Revolutionary War. Not only was it a patriotic statement, it conveyed the sturdiness and strength of the armor on which it was based. These low post beds were usually made of Maple or Birch; native woods that were plentiful, strong and good for carving. It remains a classic and very popular form. This bed also looks great in a painted finish.
Dimensions: Headpost 54 1/2", Footpost 46 1/2", Top of Rail 19", Top of Headboard 50 1/2"