- PRODUCT INFO
Dickens Brass Bed
Our Dickens pure brass bed is a classic Victorian style on a grand scale that is both imposing and opulent. This large hand-crafted luxury bed stands at over 5’8” tall with impressive finials that are a full 5 inches in diameter. A full range of traditional bedroom furniture is also available.
- Luxury pure brass bed
- Sand cast brass components and chunky leg posts
- Extra large top knobs Victorian style cannonball knobs
- A polished nickel version is also available
- Head height: 70” Foot height: 49”
Bed Size Frame Size Queen 62" x 87" King 78" x 87" California King 74" x 91" All overall measurements are the maximum Width x Length
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Unless otherwise requested, a provision for delivery to your named forwarding warehouse will be included in your price quotation. Please note that there may be additional charges for some remote locations.
A two person uniformed delivery and installation service is available upon request. Contact us to discuss your order in greater detail.
All orders at all times are insured to maintain Commercial General Liability, Automobile Liability, Workers' Compensation (or Occupational Accident Law if allowed by law) and Cargo Insurance in amounts required by law.
Larry Button & Associates, LLC are able to provide a comprehensive delivery service to destinations worldwide with our dedicated shipping agents. Contact us to discuss your options in greater detail.
CARE FOR BRASS OR NICKEL BEDS
Our luxury nickel beds are made using the highest quality pure brass, protected by a durable lacquer coating.
Pure brass will naturally mellow and darken with age. Small ‘casting marks’ may be visible due to the authentic manufacturing process.
Cleaning brass or nickel beds
Dust the bed frame with a soft dry cloth. Do not use cleaning agents as they may damage the lacquer coating. Do not use chemicals such as hairspray or cosmetics near the bed as they may damage the nickel finish.
Moving the bed
Remove the mattress and box spring/foundation before moving a bed. Do not pull or push the bed from the head or foot end only, as this may cause serious damage. Instead, with one person on either side of the bed, hold the frame at the midway point, and carefully lift or slide the bed into position.