George III Period Mahogany Pembroke Table
George III period mahogany Pembroke table, in the French Hepplewhite taste. The well-figured oval top above a boxwood line inlaid frieze drawer, with faux drawer to the reverse, supported by sinuous cabriole legs, terminating in scroll feet. The top of each leg with carved lily motif, with volutes either side with applied rosettes.
cf; George Hepplewhite, The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide, 1794, plate 65, for a table of similar outline
Provenance; a prominent Mid-Western collector, purchased from Mallett in 1982
28″ in height x 32″ in depth x 39″ in width with both leaves extended; 29-1/4″ in width with one leaf up and one down; 19-1/4″ in width with both leaves down