Circa 1780, a good George III satinwood inlaid and painted pembroke table. The shaped table is crossbanded and in kingswood, with large oval panel to the centre with painted, winged cherubs and both flaps have a painted foliate design of scrolls, a quiver of arrows and spears in ribbon. With a dummy drawer to one side, and a satinwood drawer to the alternate side with circular handles, standing on square tapering legs. These have painted oval paterae to the top and further string inlay.
Size 72 cm high x 89 cm wide x 48 cm (closed) x 98cm (open)