An outstanding pembroke table from New England with swelled front from the late 18th century. The inlay works is extensive and all original. The legs have bookend inlaid capitals with belle flower inlay down the length of the leg. A piece of string inlay connects the flowers with a piece of ebony in between. The top has string inlay and a piece of banding on the top edge. One drawer works and one is faux. The drawer pulls are replaced. Please note there is some staining on the top but it does not disrupt the form or the elegance the piece projects. The proportions are fantastic. The leaves are 9.25" deep each. This gives the table an overall depth of 36.25" with the leaves up. The table is most likely Massachusetts but could be from Connecticut. Overall, the table is the single best pembroke we have ever owned. It will take your breath away. Additional photos are available upon request.
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