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Period 18th Century
W. 24.41 in; H. 28.35 in; D. 25.98 in;
W. 62 cm; H. 72 cm; D. 66 cm;
Creation Date 1770
Description Rare English George III Period inlaid partridge wood Pembroke table inlaid with a garland of flowers, around a central patera within inlaid spandrels and crossbanding, the square tapering legs inlaid with panels of fiddle back mahogany.

Of note is the exceptional natural well preserved patina.

Provenance This table is mentioned in an inventory of household furniture and effects of the late Mr William Loose of No 7 Sloane Square in the Parish of St Lukes, Chelsea in the County of Middlesex, valued for Administration by Order of the Executors.

The valuation was prepared by Mr William Smith, Auctioneer and Valuer, 23 Guldford Place, Clerkenwell on 26th October 1840 where it is described as "A handsome inlaid Pembroke Table ".

IMPORTANTLY The original Inventory has been kept in the drawer of the table and will be sold with the table.

The table has a number of affinities with documented or attributed furniture from the London firm of Mayhew and Ince, whose partnership lasted from 758 until 1804.The layout of the top, with a centra patera flanked by smaller supporting patera, is found on an attributed Pembroke table at Saltram House, Devon. It also occurs on the tops of commodes either by or attributed to Mayhew and Ince at the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, Perhaps the closet analogy occurs in marquetry on a pair of small cabinets in the Metropolitan Museum of Art ( 55.115.46/6

62 cm wide
66cm deep
72 cm high
Styles / Movements George III
Incollect Reference Number 470729
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