Pembroke Dropleaf Hepplewhite 1790 Antique Tea or Lamp Table
Item sold on 2014-07-30 - Shipped on 2014-09-03
Shipper: HARP GALLERY Home Delivery (866-733-7115)
An authentic "Pembroke" or dropleaf table from about 1790, was meant to hold a tray of afternoon tea, and could be used as a lamp table.
Hand crafted of solid mahogany, the top is a single wide plank with a shrinkage separation from age down the middle. The fine old finish has warm antique patina, and has been waxed and polished. Only an occasional wipe with a soft dry cloth is needed to maintain its glowing patina.
Brasses appear original on this furniture from England during the "Hepplewhite" or Georgian period. The hand dovetailed drawer has solid oak sides. Carved wooden hinges support the dropleaves on this strong and durable table.
Size closed is 19 1/2" wide, 28 1/2" deep and 27 1/2" tall, with both leaves raised, width is 36 1/2" overall.
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