Circa 1790, neat sized George III mahogany Pembroke table. The rectangular shaped top has two drop down flaps with slightly rounded corners, above a drawer on one end with a beaded edge and two brass knob handles and simple escutcheon. The other end of the table is polished. On either side is a small shaped apron, and the whole piece stands on four square tapering legs finishing on brass cup castors.
- 71cm high x 59cm wide x 43cm deep.