Original 16th century rope bed used as the model by the Weald & Downland Museum (England).
|17th century Welsh "trundle" rope bed designed to roll away under another bed.|
|17th century English oak canopy bed. You can see the holes for the ropes.||Another mid-17th century English canopy bed that used ropes.|
|Bed dated to around1580-1630. English and made from oak. Also shows rope holes.||Another mid-17th century rope bed.|
|The Thomas Stanley bed, Central Lancashire, 1500-1521.||Bed in Lovely Hall near Blackburn, England. 1500-1530.|
|Welsh bed of Sir Rhys ap Thomas of Dynefwr. c. 1505. The enlarged picture shows details of one side rails and the foot rail..||Central Lancashire bed, c 1500-1521, of oak.|
|A reproduction of 16th century English poster bed and trundle bed.||A 16th century original Tudor rope bed in the museum in Saffron Walden, England.|