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A good George III period satinwood Pembroke table of rectangular form, the top with unusual fleck to the satinwood, surrounded by wide, double crossbands of calamander wood and tulipwood, above a frieze drawer also banded in tulipwood, between two inlaid calamander ovals. Raised on very elegant square tapering legs with brass caps and castors.

Circa 1795

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