Stock Code: 2060 - SOLD
Description: A fine George III plum pudding mahogany butterfly Pembroke table of fine original colour and patina. The butterfly shaped top incorporating a rectangular central section with adjoining butterfly shaped drop flaps. Below the frieze with cockbeaded drawer to one side and opposite dummy, both fitted with original anvil shaped drop handles, supported by square section tapering fluted legs headed by carved patterae and terminating in spade feet with cap brass castors. The plum pudding grain on the top is fabuous, with tremendous depth and an almost translucent like quality - a superb table.
Further Information: This table is featured in "The Arthur Negus Guide to English Furniture", by R.Butler page 147 and illustrated in plates 104, 105 and a detail shot on page 168.
Condition: Excellent. Possible minor old restorations, waxing.
Country of Origin: England
Origin/Age: English, George III, circa 1780
Provenance: Private collection London.
Dimensions: Height 30.00 inches (76.20cm) Width 34.00 inches (86.36cm) Depth 27.00 inches (68.58cm)