Rare George I mahogany Supper/Breakfast Table

Rare George I mahogany Supper/Breakfast Table
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Rare George I mahogany Supper/Breakfast Table

Circa 1730
A rare George I/George II twin flap mahogany Supper Table, also referred to as a Breakfast or Pembroke Table. the top with moulded edge above a narrow apron with a drawer and standing on turned legs with pad feet and with high level crossed shelf.
This table pre-dates the term Pembroke Table but is described by Chippendale as a Supper or Breakfast Table. This one is a very early example made in dense Cuban mahogany in the early 18th century taste.
width with flaps down 21.5, with flaps up 39.25
H 27.00inch (68.58 cm)
W 39.25inch (99.70 cm)
D 23.50inch (59.69 cm)

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