22 October 1992,
New York, East
Price realised USD 3,080
USD 2,500 - USD 3,500
A CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY PEMBROKE-TABLE
The hinged serpentine top with serpentine drop leaves above a cockbeaded bowed frieze drawer, on molded Marlborough legs joined by a pierced X-stretcher, appears to retain original brasses--27 1/2in. high, 35 1/2in. wide, 36 1/2in. deep (open)
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For a nearly identical Pembroke table, which was owned by the Portsmouth, New Hampshire merchant Richard Hart (1733-1820), See Brock Jobe and Myrna Kaye, New England Furniture: The Colonial Era (Boston, 1984), p. 33, pl. I-37.
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