Petite Pembroke Table
A wonderfully petite Pembroke table from the mid 18th century. Made out of San Domingo Mahogany, the table is in excellent condition. Each part of the top is made out of one piece of mahogany. The legs are chamfered with a beaded front edge. Look closely at the cross stretcher. Instead of being a simple four side piece of wood, the stretcher has a molded top that raises to a point. It stands 27 5/8” tall and is only 15 ¼” wide. Each leaf opens to add an additional 10 1/8” for a total of 35 ½” in width. It is 26” deep. The finish appears to be original. We believe the only replacement is the drawer pull but it is historically accurate. Chippendale. English Oak. Circa 1760.
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