Victorian mahogany Pembroke table (circa ) with turned legs and single drawer. The Pembroke table is so named because the Earl of Pembroke is considered to have been the original designer of the table in the late eighteenth century. These small, drop-leaf tables are very versatile and can be used for dining, writing, serving tea, or games playing and can then be tucked away when not in use. The table measure 29 inches high and 20 inches deep. When the leaves are down the table is 18 inches wide. The leaves are supported by wooden elbows, which swing out from the body of the table. At that point the top then measures 34 ΒΌ inches. Weight: 24.6 lbs.
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