Side • Pembroke Tables

Fine Chippendale Period Mahogany Wineboard

having a rectangular figured mahogany top above three paneled and cockbeaded drawers and sides, all finely figured and centered on a cast brass bale handle, with two central pierced scrolled brackets and a shaped fluted apron. The large metal-lined drawers are on rollers and fitted for 24 bottles of wine. English circa 1760

Height 35 1/2" Width 59 1/2" Depth 28 1/8"

George II Period Carved Mahogany Library Table

The overhang top with re-entrant corners,  above a  plain apron, having two end drawers and raised on turned cabriole legs with shaped lappet knees and pad feet. English circa 1740. This table with its lappeted club legs relates closely to several mahogany side tables supplied to Sir Robert Walpole (d.1745) for the ground and second floors at Houghton Hall, Norfolk c.1725.  The present table shares the same clean lines and elegant proportions as the Houghton tables with the sparing use of details that rate it above ordinary furniture.

Height: 30 1/4" Length: 41" Depth: 22 1/4"


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