Early American Empire Drop-Leaf/Pembroke Table in West Indies Mahogany, circa 1830

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Product ID : TBL00357

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A handsome early American empire/classical pembroke table in fine West Indies mahogany with solid rectangular top offering two hinged drop-leaves with "S" shaped, rounded corners. Table offers one long drawer with convex front and is supported by a baluster-turned column resting on convex quatre-form base with carved lion's paw feet on casters. Embellishments include turned inverted finials on corners of apron and carved acanthus foliage above the feet. Also features a lovely play of wood grains with beautiful figuring on the top and crotch veneer along the fascia of the apron. Philadelphia, circa 1830. Restored with French polish in our workshop. Makes a lovely breakfast table, auxiliary dining table or even a games table!

With open leaves: 46" long x 40 wide x 29 3/4" high
With drop leaves down: 40" long x 21 1/2" deep x 29 3/4" high
Height from floor to underside of apron: 25"
Height from floor to underside of top: 28.75

American Empire (Of the Period)

Materials and Techniques:

Place of Origin:
United States

Early 19th Century

Date of Manufacture:
Circa 1830

Refinished. Wear consistent with age and use. Restored in our workshop with a French-polish finish.


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