Circa 1775 and later, George III satinwood, kingwood and inlaid Pembroke table. The crossbanded oval top with drop sides and centred by an oval reserve with a flower head medallion, above a frieze drawer to one end with satinwood and banding similar to the top and wonderful cast brass octagonal handles, and a similar faux drawer at the opposite end. The table stands on square tapered legs with pierced quarter brackets. The table has wonderful colour and patination.
- 73cm high x 85.5cm wide x 52cm deep opening to 100cm.