A British colonial open daybed in rosewood. The sides display twelve spindles (generally found with 10 spindles) each. The legs are elegantly turned and terminate in brass tipped peg feet, all joined with plain square sectioned stretchers. The seat is caned in one continuous section. Daybeds such as this were made in the Bhatkal region of South India and are characterized by 8 turned feet with brass tips.

Late 19th Century.
Size (cms): 200 (W) X 78 (D) X 83 (H)
REF: IS-OR-DB-2650