This is a lovely and useful Pembroke table in sturdy mahogany with a light honey colour. There is a single flush fronted spacious drawer. The Pembroke stands on firm ring turned legs on brass castors. 
The table is of a good standard size and when open with the drop leaves up, can be used for a variety of purposes. There is a lot of scope for use and the table can adapt to be a lovely hall table as well as a tea/card and writing surface.

I can only describe the table as a celebration of English craftsmanship of good quality belonging to the late Victorian period.

Condition Report: This is an antique piece with a long history going back more than 100 years! Visually the table is very attractive, providing a great deal of versatility. It is in good condition. The table top has some dark markings that can be seen through the polish. The top is slightly lighter in colour due to its previous use as a window or occasional table. There is wear on one of the corners of the table. There are some small dents along the rim of the table and legs in line with its age and use. Please review carefully the photographs to see the items listed here.


H: 71 cm (28 inches), W: 1.02 m (40 inches), D: 52 cm (20.5 inches)

Each leaf: D: 26 cm (10 inches)

With the drop leaves up the table measures: 1.04 m (41 inches)

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Victorian (c 1870) mahogany Pembroke table