This antique mahogany Pembroke table was crafted in Victorian England around the year 1890. Today, the mahogany still displays a rich complexion and a striking grain, which have only grown more beautiful as a patina settled in over the years. Complementing the mahogany is a wonderful satinwood banding around the top as well as some satinwood string inlay on the drawers and apron area. The back of the table features a faux drawer making it just as attractive as the front. Both the real drawer and faux drawer feature lovely brass knobs. There is no key for the drawer but the lock remains.
With the leaves down the top measures 18″ wide and 31.25″ deep. The leaves raise up to make the top 36.25″x31.25″. Each leaf is supported by two swing out arms underneath. The four legs are a wonderful thin tapered leg that ends in a brass cap and caster. These legs are sturdy and strong.
Overall this is a very good condition table that is ready for everyday use. There is one repair to the top which shows as a square shaped piece that was replaced at some point. You will find some crackling to the satinwood band on the top as well. This appears to be purely cosmetic and does add some character to an already lovely table.
Victorian period Pembroke tables like this make great side tables next to a sofa or some chairs.
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