A flat canopy, as over a pulpit or tomb.
A canopy over a bed, supported by the bedposts.
wooden or cloth canopy over bed.
The top framework of a four poster bed.
The canopy over a four-poster bed, originally of wood, but, by the 18th century, of fabric.
a flat canopy (especially one over a four-poster bed)
a large wooden board serving as the roof of a four poster bed
The wooden framework atop a high post bed, for draping with fabric. Also called a canopy.
Canopy acting as a sounding board for a pulpit.
Wooden canopy over a bedstead supported on either two or four posts. May extend fully over the bed, known as a full tester, or only over the bedhead half, known as a half tester.
Covering (either wood or fabric) suspended over a bed.
Wooden frame supporting a canopy or draperies at the top of a poster bed.
Wooden canopy over bedstead supported on either 2 or 3 posts. A full tester extends fully over the bed and a half tester extends only over the bedhead.
canopy or ceiling over a bed
A flat wooden canopy, especially over a bed, in which case it's usually supported by two or four wooden posts. If it extends over the whole bed, it's called a full tester, and if only half of it, always the bedhead, it's called a half tester.
A wooden canopy over a bedstead supported by either 2 or 4 posts. When extending over the whole beds it is known as a full tester or if only over the bedhead it is known as a half tester.
(pronounced TES ter, or TEE ster) canopy Sometimes domed
A wooden frame for supporting draperies or a canopy at the top of a poster bed.
Another name for a canopy, which is the framework above a four-poster bed that was usually draped with fabric.
The wooden framework that supports a canopy or drapes at the top of a high post bed. ( canopy)
Canopy of a four-post or draped bed, either wood or fabric.