We are pleased to be offering today this beautiful original finish three piece raised panel heavy duty high style classy solid oak bedroom set that dates from the 1890s in beautiful original condition. It is a fantastic set that consists of a full size raised panel tall carved oak bed, a very unusual wash stand with drawers on top and below the double door center and a great heavy duty quality dresser with raised panel and bevel glass swivel mirror. Everything is original right down to the original furniture label. The label says the Elkland Furniture Company out of Elkland, Pennsylvania delivered this to a couple out of Danvers, Massachusetts. It is a fantastic set. The bed has the original oak side rails with the wings intact. The inside dimensions for mattress purposes are 74.25 inches long by 54 inches wide on the inside. The outside dimensions on the bed are 60 inches wide, 36 inches high on the footboard and 77 inches high on the headboard. The dresser is 43 inches wide at the base, 22 inches deep and 78 inches tall. The unusual wash stand with drawer on top, raised panel carved double doors in the center and a drawer on the bottom which is very unusual even has the towel bar. The overall size of the wash stand is 35 inches wide, approximately 19 inches deep, 29 inches high to the base and 54 inches high to the towel bar. This set has the original heavy duty stamped brass hardware. It has the original towel bar, side towel bar and knobs. The doors are all raised panel carved to match the bed and dresser. It is a great looking set that has the key hole escutcheons, original bevel glass mirror, circular carved center medallion on the bed top and the heavy duty raised panels. There are no negatives other than minor wear marks here and there. The bed will come with slats in the middle. You are getting the set all for one money. Shipping starts at $585 for a driveway delivery in our normal area which is New England. Please contact us prior to purchase with your zip code to confirm what it would cost you if outside of New England for shipping.