Rounded corner, rectangular-top breakfast or pembroke table with inlaid decoration on four, turned, tapered and reeded legs with spool-turned tops and cylinder-and-ball feet; one real and one false drawer; three-board top with reeded edge; each leaf meets the center board in a rule joint and is secured with a pair of iron butt hinges; overhanging center board screwed to frame; rectangular frame with straight end rails and double-railed sides, the outer side rails are divided into three sections: the left-hand section is glued to the inner rail and is attached to the center section or fly rail with a five-finger hinge, the right-hand section is also glued to the inner rail; mahogany-veneered drawer front and end rail, each with an applied beaded edge; light-wood banding along bottom of drawer and end rails; end rail and drawer front with one oval stamped brass handle at center.

Date

1805-1815


Geography


Material/Technique

Mahogany (top, legs, outer side rails, end rail, veneer), pine (inner side rails, glue blocks), light wood (inlay)


Dimensions

Overall (open): 29 in. x 41 3/4 in. x 35 11/16 in. (73.66 cm x 106.05 cm x 90.65 cm)
Overall (closed): 29 in. x 20 5/8 in. x 35 11/16 in. (73.66 cm x 52.39 cm x 90.65 cm)


Credit

Gift of Reverend DeWolf Perry, 1982


Object Number

H-2828


Colors


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