18th century satinwood Pembroke table

18th century satinwood Pembroke table
Circa 1780

A fine quality 18th century George III period bow ended satinwood veneered Pembroke table. Crossbanded top in tulipwood. Four panels of satinwood veneers each is separated with stringing of ebony and boxwood. When the twin flaps are raised the top is the of oval form. This fine table retains the original Old Sheffield plated ring handles, it is raised on square tapering legs on original castors. English circa 1780
Height 71cm: depth 81cm Flaps up 102cm. Down 51cm


40.16 inches
27.95 inches
31.89 inches
United Kingdom
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