Antique Royal Furniture Co. Mahogany French Inspired Hand Painted Bedroom Set c. 1920’s
Stunning pair of antique Twin Bed Frames With Painted Design. French-inspired made by Royal Furniture Company in the 1920’s. These were built using the highest quality materials. From the dramatic appearance of the Mahogany wood grain, These complete hardwood twin bed frames feature a sculptural design with beautiful hand painted urns on the headboard and foot board
Dimensions: 78″ long x 41.75″ wide. HB-46″ high FB-28″ high. Comes with 3 slats each.
A repair to the back bottom legs of one HB(goes against wall)
Gentleman’s Highboy Chest has French Inspired hand painted doors that open to reveal a compact space of 5 dovetailed drawers. Incredible tiger wood grains on 3 with recessed area around pulls, next to 2 sculptural drawers. Below are 3 Large drawers with inscribed brass pulls. Raised on traditional Federal tapered legs. Mahogany with Satinwood and Ebony inlays.
Dimensions: 36″ wide x 21″ deep x 46″ high
Some repairs at bottom edge.
Dresser has 2 top drawers that are French Inspired hand painted with one compartmentalized and has a pop up change dish, above 2 large spacious dovetailed drawers below. Mahogany with Satinwood and Ebony inlays, decorative brass pulls and raised on traditional Federal tapered legs c. 1920’s
Dimensions: 50″ wide x 22″ deep x 37.5″ high
Some repairs to veneer at drawer and a piece of missing ebonized trim at bottom
Nightstand has X base form with hand painted accents surrounding a decorative brass pull on the dovetailed drawer. Mahogany with Satinwood and Ebony inlays and raised on traditional Federal tapered legs c. 1920’s
Dimensions: 18″ wide x 14″ deep x 28.5″ high
Royal specialized in the manufacture of dining room, living room, library, and bedroom furniture “for persons of wealth, who wish a most distinguished home culture and refinement about reproach.” Pieces were expensive because of the amount of hand-painted decoration, marquetry, custom fabrics, and imported woods. Most production was in period revival styles, including Colonial, Duncan Phyfe, Sheraton, Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Adam, Spanish and Italian Renaissance, and Louis XIV and XV. Some Art Deco pieces were also introduced in the late 1920s
Royal pieces from the mid-1920s carried a metal tag depicting a bust of George Washington, which read, “ROYAL FURNITURE CO./GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.”
Condition: This is a vintage set and as such displays a mild level of wear from age. Any imperfections that have occurred only add to the charm and uniqueness.