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A spectacular Victorian Era carved Renaissance Revival rosewood bed made in the mid 1800’s sold for $9,900 at an auction in Roanoke, Alabama. The bed, believed to have been carved by Thomas Brooks stood about 5.5’ high and about 8’ wide, and featured cherubs on the headboard.
The Thomas Brooks & Company Furniture and Upholsterers Warehouse, was located on Fulton Street in Brooklyn, New York in the late 19th Century and was one of the premier cabinet makers of the time. Their work is well documented and is found in a lot of museums. Signed pieces from Thomas Brooks are rare.
The bed was sold to a phone bidder from Houston at the Grand View Antiques and Auctions. The winner was also was lucky enough to purchase a companion piece, a marble-top, deep well dresser also attributed to Thomas Brooks for about $4,400. A third piece, a marble top half commode was sold to a different bidder for about $2,200.