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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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)

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

A good 19th century pembroke cedar drop side table with turned legs and single drawer

An Australian cedar and rose mahogany Pembroke work table, circa 1830, the rectangular top with fiddle back cedar veneer and drop leaves above two short drawers with later ebony handles, above a sliding sewing basket, raised on delicately carved spiral and

A rare Australian cedar pembroke extension dining table with three extra leaves, circa 1830, the rectangular top with rounded corners and drop leaves above a plain frieze, enclosing a secret storage compartment within, raised on ring turned and reeded legs

An Australian cedar two drawer pembroke work table, circa 1830, the rectangular top with thumb nail edge drop leaves above two short drawers and two dummy drawers to the reverse over a sliding sewing box, supported by an arch on a turned column over a quat

An early 19th century Australian cedar pembroke table, the rectangular top with drop leaves and thumb moulded edge above a single drawer, on conforming lyre end supports with an arched stretcher, raised on out swept legs with brass castors, reduced in size

Colonial cedar pembroke table. Turned legs, fitted drawer to 1 end length 89 cm. Length 115 cm (Expanded). Height 73 cm. Depth 89.5 cm

A rare and important cedar pembroke table, Australian, 68 x 67 x 46 cm on an usual shaped pedestal to a platform base and four splayed legs, the only small Australian pembroke documented of this form excellent colour and patina

George III mahogany pembroke table, c1810, the rectangular top, fitted with twin dropsides, leading to a stepped square turned pillar and concave shaped platform base all resting on inverted acanthus capped channel carved sabre legs. Length 100 cm. Height

An early 19th century Australian full cedar pembroke table, circa 1820, the rectangular top with moulded edges and drop leaves above a single drawer, supported on a ring turned column and raised on a platform base with four out swept legs and brass castors