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Ilkley Couch by Robinson

Reference
80305
Height
15 1/4" (39 cm)
Width
75 3/4" (192.5 cm)
Depth
22" (56 cm)
Robinsons of Ilkley were inventors of the adjustable Day Bed and this mahogany example bears their name, faintly stamped in black.

It is a very versatile piece of furniture that can be used as a relaxing couch or laid flat to make a bed. With removable feet and a folding frame, it would not only provide comfort to the soldier but was also practical for travel. The three caned sections each have a ratchet to adjust them independently, allowing for a variety of positions. There is removable bar at the foot to stop cushions sliding off and two turned knobs at the back of the head to hold a pillow. A number of other companies such as Carter, Leveson and the A&N CSL saw the attraction of such a couch and produced their own, closely following the Robinson's design. Circa 1880.

Size as a bed is given.
Height
15 1/4" (39 cm)
Width
75 3/4" (192.5 cm)
Depth
22" (56 cm)
Year
Circa 1880
Medium
Mahogany
Origin
ENgland
Signed
Robinson
Condition
Cushions Replaced