A pretty and fine quality late George III mahogany Pembroke table, of rectangular form with rounded corners once opened. The table has a drawer with stringing, satinwood inlaid panel, and brass ‘lion mask’ handles to one end, and a matching dummy drawer to the other. The table is raised on elegant square tapering legs terminating in original brass plate castors.

Circa 1820.

Width (closed) 20″ (51cm) Width (open) 39” (99cm) Length 32” (81cm) Height 29″ (74cm)


Condition and Details of Restoration:
This item is in original structural condition and is completely sound. The polish has been re-finished, by our own craftsmen, by hand in the traditional manner. There are some minor marks and scratches under the polish, but nothing untoward; in our opinion the photos are representative. There are some old worm holes to the under-frame; extremely minor, in no way compromising the structural integrity, long dead,  but treated again by us to be absolutely certain.


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