George III Period Satinwood Pembroke Table

A fine example of a small proportion late 18th century inlaid satinwood Pembroke table, the rectangular top centred with an inlaid paterae, flanked by kingwood and tulipwood crossbanded drop leaves, with a short frieze drawer decorated with swagged harebells still retaining the original brass knob handles, the whole on square tapering legs joined by an ‘x’ frame stretcher terminating in brass castors.
Circa: 1790
Period: Sheraton
Origin: English
Width: 17 1/2 inhes (flaps down)

35 1/2 inches (flaps up)

Depth: 23 inches
Height: 28 inches
Stock #: F8102-10349


Additional Information:

Provenance: Lord Zouche, Parham House, Sussex, 1900

Illustrated: English Household Furniture, Georgian period, Boston 1900, plate XLVII.

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