Side • Pembroke Tables


Important and Rare Chippendale Period Tortoise-Shell Pattern Mahogany Pembroke Table, having an oval tortoise shell pattern with richly figured mahogany panels outlined with bands of ebony stringing, above one long drawer with central oval inlay framed by two book-matched flame grain veneers and raised on four square figured tapered legs with ebony stringing, ending in collars with tapered brass castors. English circa 1770

Height: 28 1/2 Length:30 1/4" Depth:21 3/4" Width Open: 42 1/2"



Very Rare Pair of Figured Elm Oval Tavern Tables, the three inch thick solid elm slab tops with coopered ash banding to the periphery, on four splayed square oak legs with two pegged horizontal cross stretchers. the legs retaining traces of the original red paint. West Country circa 1770

Height: 26 1/2” Width: 34 1/2” Depth: 17” Height: 25 1/2” Width: 36 1/2” Depth: 16 1/2”


The solid overhang rectangular top with re-entrant corners and step-rounded edge above a  plain apron, having a single drawer at either end retaining the original brasses, and raised on turned tapering legs with shaped lappet knees and rounded 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"


Fine Chinoiserie Tilt-Top Table

Fine Chinoiserie Tilt-Top Table, japanned in polychrome and black with scenes of a boat with figures, and figures in landscapes and pavilions, etc., on a turned baluster with tripod base having shaped cabriole legs on castors. French circa 1820
Height: 29 ½" Height Tilted up: 46 ¼"Diameter: 29 ¼"