The New York Pembroke Table is exceptional because of the light and dark inlays, hand crafted wooden hinges and the oval shape created when both leaves are extended. A long drawer is designed on one end with a sham drawer on the other for classical symmetry. Reproduced from a pair of tables on display in the Blue Room at the Winterthur Museum, the originals were made in New York between 1795 and 1810.
As Shown: Finished in Preservation, Aged (25)
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