The New York Pembroke Table is exceptional because of the light and dark inlays. The drop leaves supported by hand crafted wooden hinges. The top creates an oval shape 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.