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A George III rosewood Pembroke table

Maker:  Maker Unknown




A George III rosewood Pembroke table, [in the manner of Mayhew & Ince], circa 1800, the two flap top crossbanded in satinwood and centred by an oval panel of burr yew-wood flanked by circular panels within a satinwood band outlined with boxwood and ebony, the frieze with a drawer opposing a dummy drawer crossbanded in satinwood and with gilt-metal mouldings, on turned gilt-metal capped legs and gilt foliate castors, 77cm. by 87cm.

ID:  8791

Currently kept at: Burghley House



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