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2:20 AM on October 8, 2011 
thank you Liza, that is correct. The top is not original.
2:08 AM on October 6, 2011 
I would say yes and partly yes. The chair is definitely right, and part of the bed but the superstructure isn't. It is a commercially made punched metal, which I am 99.9% sure they never used. The beds usually had ends, too.
3:12 AM on July 13, 2011 
Thank you Rebecca I have seen it & chatted in person with Elizabeth. As you can imagine I was very excited with this discovery!
Rebecca Green
9:43 PM on July 12, 2011 
See the article Ladies Guild Furniture by Elizabeth Jackson in Issue 8 (Feb 2011) p3 of the magazine.
1:53 PM on April 2, 2011 
I have had these for ages, so great to know more about them. Thank you for your comments.
2:22 PM on March 30, 2011 
Hello Lizzie! feel sure you are right, with the twiggy legs and early features, but this stuff is so rare , have never had any myself. early to mid 19th, any others about?
2:34 AM on March 23, 2011 
I forgot to add when I put this pic here that the top of the bed is a later addition. I constructed it many years ago as the bed came without the top. It is lovely to learn so much about them as I had no idea of their origin.
christine jaeger
8:57 PM on March 22, 2011 
isn't it amazing that these pieces survive.. its nice that there are dedicated collectors, who do the research and are able to educate us about the finer side of this incredible hobby.. these are lovely lizzie.. :)
Rebecca Green
7:51 AM on March 22, 2011 
I think they very probably are Ladies Guild pieces, Lizzie - thanks for showing them! The chair almost certainly is, and the lower part of the bed frame looks like it's constructed the same way. The top part looks less blobby - but perhaps some bits were flatter, or it could possibly be a replacement, I don't know. Nice to see some more examples!
3:48 PM on March 21, 2011 
These are lovely !!!

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