Solid brass hardware.
Mahogany and mahogany veneers.
(433) highlighted border with silkscreen accents
(437) crotch mahogany top with center medallion The Pembroke table is traditionally thought to have been named for the Countess of Pembroke, the client who first ordered one.
The table was uncommon before the mid-eighteenth century.
The earlier table was used primarily for dining.
Today, as side or end tables in the living room, they are equally functional and fashionable.
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