Circa 1790, neat sized George III mahogany inlaid Pembroke table. The oval shaped top has double inlay around the edge. On one side is a bow fronted drawer with string inlay and two cast brass axe head drop handles. To either side of it are two oval shaped inlaid fans. The opposite side is similar, but with a dummy drawer. The flaps are held in position by a simple wooden hinge. The table stands on four elegant square tapering legs with a beaded edge, finishing on raised spade toes. Simple and stylish.
- 70cm high x 70cm wide x 50cm deep opening to 95cm.