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18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715
18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715 18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table CO6330715

18th Century Satinwood and Hardwood George III Pembroke Table

SKU
CO6330715

18th Century George III Harewood & Satinwood Pembroke table attributed to Mayhew & Ince, circa 1780. 

One of the finest 18th Century Pembroke tables ever made. 

The colour, and figuration of the veneers & patina on this glorious piece are truly superb, the mahogany-lined drawer and leather and brass casters are a beauty to behold. 

The centre is set with a superbly figured West Indian Satinwood oval, crossbanded in figured kingwood, which is framed in boxwood and mahogany lines, surrounded by the most incredible harewood veneers, the outer edge again crossbanded in kingwood and lined with boxwood and mahogany with an ebonised moulded edge. 

To again highlight the superior quality of the piece and the Mayhew & Ince features, the veneers of the top have been laid upon fine Honduras Mahogany, itself a prized timber usually used as the exterior timber. 

With one bowed drawer and one faux bowed drawer, each with Kingwood crossbanding. 

The top of each leg inlaid supremely with holly to simulate fluting, the delightfully tapered legs strung on each corner with boxwood and terminating in their original castors. 

Please note, there are signs of some minor restoration.

£9,000.00

    Size Guide
  • H: 72 cm (28 3/8")
  • W: 95 cm (37 3/8")
  • D: 72 cm (28 3/8")
Product Specification
ConditionExcellent
CountryUnited Kingdom
StyleGeorgian
Period18th Cent and Earlier
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