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George III Pembroke Table attributed to Ince & Mayhew
- This handsome Georgian Pembroke table is attributed to the Ince & Mayhew firm of London, England
- Crafted of the finest satinwood with exquisite marquetry, the table is highly sophisticated
- The top displays the Pembroke signature hinged flaps for ultimate versatility
- This is a fantastic specimen of Ince & Mayhew's output
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William Ince and John Mayhew joined their skills as furniture designers and cabinetmakers, opening a firm together on Broad Street in 1759. Over the next forty years, the duo would execute many commissions, and develop a volume of engraved designs entitled The Universal System of Household Furniture — an effort to compete with the success of Thomas Chippendale's Director. The firm's output is often described as a balance between Chippendale's heavy constructions and Hepplewhite's slender forms, frequently utilizing natural colored woods embellished with inlay and engravings. Those stylistic signatures are present in this Pembroke table, placing it as an excellent example of the cabinetmakers' timeless aesthetics.
28 1/8" high x 30" wide x 39 3/8" deep