Antique 19C Georgian (possibly Regency, William IV or early Victorian) mahogany Pembroke tea supper dining side occasional table.
Great proportions, super colour and patina.
Lovely classic shape and style.
Solid with no loose joints.
Beautiful turned legs and later handles.
Really attractive and would look great in the right setting.
There is a drawer to one end and a faux drawer to the other.
Overall dimensions 950mmL (490mm closed) x 910mmW x 730mmH.
There are some historic knocks, marks and repairs as one would expect given the age of the piece. There are some historic scratches on the top, mainly on the centre part, illustrated on photo 11. There are historic (and treated) woodworm holes (and a couple of repairs) on the underside beech components, which are the folding support arms for the leaves and the front support for the drawer. None of these parts are visible in normal use. The drawer runner and bottom is very worn and has had historical repairs although it opens and shuts fine.
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