CFA 6149 - Burr Elm Pembroke Table

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A Pembroke table, so called, according to Thomas Sheraton (1751-1806) in his pattern book The Cabinet Dictionary (1803), "from the name of the lady who first gave orders for one of them".

This is a fine burr elm example with two D-shaped side flaps supported on wooden hinged brackets. There is a single drawer in the frieze with working lock and key. The whole stands on four straight tapered legs terminating in brass castors. The piece is 1'8" wide, if you lift one flap the table measures 2'6" and with both flaps open and supported measures 3'4".

Dimensions: Height: 2'5" Width: 1'8" or 2'6" or 3'4" Depth: 2'6"

Price: £1295