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18th Century American Federal Period Inlaid Mahogany Pembroke Table

United States Ca. 1790

A very fine and unusual example of an American pembroke table featuring two sets of pictorial oval inlays on the tops of the legs. This is the first time I have ever seen this combination. In addition to the tops of the legs there are the typical pattern of elongated bell flower inlays seen in expensive Baltimore furniture of the period with additional line and patterned inlays. Typical of most Baltimore tables like this there is no drawer. This is one of the best tables of this type I have offered for sale. The frame of the table has a brass plaque attached which reads “Given to the Alabama Society, 1934”. The Alabama Society is the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution.

Price

$13,500

Condition

Excellent

Measurements

Height: 28.75 in.
Width (leaves down): 20.24 in.
Length: 33.5 in.

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