The country's largest collection of fine Classical & Colonial Furniture... Just steps from the RISD Museum & John Brown House. A Mahogany Chippendale Pembroke Table with Pierced Stretchers, CT, c.
Generally, Connecticut Pembroke tables are composed of cherry, as mahogany was imported and very expensive. The mahogany used in this card table is truly magnificent. This is the finest ribbon grain dense mahogany used during the period, usually of Caribbean origin. Also, note should be made of the open pierced cross stretchers, which usually are replacements, as they become lost and broken through the years. All offerings are in fine condition with no major repairs or replacements unless otherwise indicated in description.
Item must be insured in full. The item "SWC-A Mahogany Chippendale Pembroke Table with Pierced Stretchers, CT, c. 1780" is in sale since Saturday, December 22, 2012. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Tables\Pre-1800". The seller is "stanleyweiss" and is located in Providence, Rhode Island.
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