Learn about Pembroke Table

A side table with two flaps, supported on fly rails when raised. Eighteenth century Pembroke tables were usually oval in shape when opened and often decorated with marquetry inlay or painted decoration. Victorian versions tended to be more rectangular in shape and of plain polished wood.

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An impressive antique c. 1850 pembroke table, over fluted legs on white porcelain castors, original nut brown finish in tact, 75 x 129 x 100 cm

A George III mahogany Pembroke table with end drawer, on tapering legs terminating in brass castors.

A Regency mahogany Pembroke table, with drop sides, on a cylindrical column with out swept legs with ebony stringing. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens. Provenance: Parker Bros, Fulham Road, London.

A small Sheraton style mahogany marquetry inlaid Pembroke table, English, 19th century, 63 cm high, 90 cm wide, 71 cm deep

A Regency mahogany pembroke table, English, 19th century, 71.5 cm high, 95 cm wide, 71 cm deep

A Regency mahogany pembroke table, English, 19th century, 73 cm high, 77 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A Pembroke table, Australian red cedar, 19th century

Georgian Pembroke table, 91 cm wide, 72 cm high, crack to top

George IV drop leaf pembroke table, with drawer to one end and drawer front to the other, 86 cm long, 68 cm high

A George III mahogany and boxwood inlay pembroke table, circa 1790, having single drawer to one end. Height 73 cm, top: 89 x 108 cm (extended). Provenance: Purchased Clive Brans Antiques 1998

A late George III ebony-inlaid mahogany pembroke table, early 19th century, the rounded rectangular top above an ebony-inlaid frieze drawer and a conforming false drawer front to the opposing end, raised on four turned supports above a platform base on out

A George III coromandel cross-banded mahogany Pembroke table, 73 cm high, 112 cm wide, 84 cm deep

A Georgian centre pedestal pembroke table on platform base with four downswept legs and original hardware, 72 cm high. 102 cm wide, 106 cm deep (extended)

An early 19th century walnut pembroke table with honest patina, 70 cm high. 113 cm wide, 100 cm deep (extended)

A Victorian cedar Pembroke table, circa 1850, 118 x 127 cm leaves extended. 59 cm high

A painted satinwood Pembroke table, English, late 19th century, 74 cm high, 92 cm wide, 65 cm deep. Provenance: The Estate of the Late Annie Coogan

A Victorian mahogany pembroke table. Second half 19th century, in warm tonings, the rectangular table of typical form with fold out flaps, supported on slender ring turned legs terminating in brass caps and casters. Height 71 cm. Width 56 cm. Depth 100 cm.

A Georgian mahogany pembroke table. Early 19th century, in rich purple tones with good patina, having fold out flaps supporting the side panels and a single cockbeaded drawer to one short end with brass pull handles, a mock drawer to the other end, raised

Fine antique early 19th century bow front inlaid mahogany pembroke table, cross banded and string inlaid decoration, standing on square tapering legs, approx 79 cm long, 73 cm high

Mahogany drop leaf Pembroke table with drawers to one end and false drawer front to the other, standing on turned legs and brass capped casters, 106 cm wide, 73 cm high

A Sheraton style cross banded mahogany Pembroke table, late 19th century, 74 cm high, 96 cm wide, 66 cm deep

A Victorian mahogany pembroke table, later 19th century, in warm honey tones, the rectangular table with bullnose edging having drop sides, a single drawer to one short end and a faux drawer to the other, with timber pull handles, and raised on slender bal

Mahogany pembroke table, with drawer to one end & false drawer front to other, 91 cm long approx

Antique Regency pembroke table, approx 68 cm high, 75 cm long x 50 cm D (closed)

A Georgian, mahogany drop-side Pembroke table, early 19th century. 71 cm high, 49 cm wide (with sides down), 76 cm deep

An Edwardian walnut pembroke table, circa 1900-1910, a rectangular table with curved corners and bull nose edging with eight turned legs, two outward folding legs serving as supports to the extended ends. Height 73.5 cm. Width 90 cm. Depth 62.5 cm

A George III mahogany pembroke table, circa 1820, with reeded edge to the top above a dummy drawer with opposing single oak lined drawer, both with brass twin button handles and ebony stringing, on a turned column with four reeded and ebony strung down-swe

Victorian mahogany pembroke table, with drawer to one end and false drawer front to the other, on castors, 92 cm long, 73 cm high approx

A George III mahogany pembroke table fitted with with an end drawer with ring-drop handles, on turned legs and castors. Width 80 cm

Antique English oak pembroke table, turned legs, approx 72 cm high, 106 cm long, 133 cm D (open)

An antique Georgian style mahogany pembroke table. Height 61 cm. Width 910 Depth 68.5 cm

Pembroke Table: Georgian mahogany drop-side single drawer table with brass handles. Height 72 cm, width 48 cm, depth 60.5 cm

Pembroke Table: English Regency mahogany drop-side table with string inlay on brass feet. Height 72 cm, width 55 cm, depth 89 cm

Antique pembroke table, approx 73 cm high, 90 cm long, 99 cm wide (opened)

Georgian pembroke table, with drawer to one end, drawer front to the other, on turned legs with metal casters, 100.5 cm wide, 72.5 cm high,

Antique Regency mahogany pembroke table, approx 70 cm high, 86 cm long

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