A George III Mahogany & Harewood Inlaid Pembroke Table

Origination: English
Circa: 1775

A very fine table dating to the third quarter of the Eighteenth century. The oval top inlaid with a central paterae bordered by trailing vine leaves and set into a harewood top. To each flap is an inlaid shell and bordering the whole top are bell flowers. The table stands on four square tapered legs terminating in block feet and tapered brass castors. To the frieze is a single drawer inlaid with a floral motif.

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