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Cherry Pembroke Table with Turned Legs, c.1810

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This table is reminiscent of the CT Chapin School with its distinctive leaves, which are typical of Philadelphia style where Chapin was trained. Also typical is the turned foot with decorative turning characteristic of this maker. This piece is in untouched first state.

Height: 29in. Depth: 36 in. Width: 16in.(closed) 39in.(open)