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Diminutive Hepplewhite Mahogany Pembroke Table
Circa 1790 – 1800
A Fine Example of a transitional (Chippendale to Hepplewhite) pembroke table. Pembroke tables were a new furniture form for the Chippendale Period (1755-1790). The constructive technique of a square slightly tapered leg is of the Hepplewhite Period (1790-1810). The rare small size, proportions and simple lines contribute to this table’s well balanced cabinetry.
This Fine Quality Pembroke Table’s rare diminutive size and quality figured mahogany make it a highly desirable item which is very eye appealing.
Height: 27 3/4″ Width: 19 3/4″ Length: 26″ Leaves: 8 3/4″
Very Good condition, with no restorations.
Primary wood: Dense Figured Mahogany
Inventory: FU-T- 3402
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