Sheraton Burr-Yew Wood Pembroke table

A rare 18th century Sheraton period satinwood strung burr-yew wood Pembroke table has a shaped rectangular top with two hinged flaps centered by a satinwood fanned medallion.  It has radiating boxwood inlaid panels above a single drawer on square tapering legs and leather castors.
Circa: 1790
Period: Sheraton
Origin: English
Width: Flaps up: 38 1/4 inches flaps down: 19 3/4 inches
Depth: 30 inches
Height: 28 inches
Stock #: F848-9994


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Provenance: Probably commissioned by John Hay Mackenzie, Esq., of New Hall and Cromarty, following his marriage to Anne, daughter of Sir James Gibson Craig, in 1828, by descent to their daughter; Anne, Countess of Cromartie (d. 1895) and by descent to her granddaughter; Sibell Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Countess of Cromartie, who married Lt. Col. Edward Walter Blunt in 1899 and by descent in the Blunt-Mackenzie family, Adderbury Manor, Oxfordshire.

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