Circa 1810, late George III mahogany Pembroke table. The solid mahogany top has a reeded edge, and two small drop flaps with rounded corners. Below this is a drawer with brass knob handles with the original lock, flanked by a dummy drawer on the other side. The whole piece stands on four elegant turned and tapering legs finishing on an unusual, probably patent, brass castor with a cup at the top, a large circular bezel and then a raised foot with a brown porcelain castor. Excellent colour and condition.
- 71cm high x 79.6cm long x 50cm wide.