Regency Specialists in the Antiques Trade
circa 1795 - 1805
18th century quilted mahogany and Amarillo Pembroke table.
The 'Amarillo' quilted mahogany veneered top is highly figured and retains a good colour and patina. The oval-shaped top is crossbanded in kingwood with boxwood stringing.
The oak lined full length drawer below is fitted with the original gilt brass ring pulled handles and flanked with inverted oval-shaped inlaid motifs that sit above finely tapered mahogany legs which stand on the original gilt brass caps and castors.
Chippendale used the Amarillo 'Quilted Mahogany' veneer on a George III pembroke table, Illustrated, Christies, Dumfries House, A Chippendale Commission, Volume 1, Session one, Thursday 12 July 2007, Lot 33.
Dumfries House was home to Lord Dumfries and later on the Earl of Bute. Dumfries House is recognised as the most important collection of works from Thomas Chippendale's Director period.
Height 72.00cm (28.35 inches)
Width 48.50cm (19.09 inches)
Depth 75.00cm (29.53 inches)
Width Framed 95.00cm (37.4 inches)
Stock No: 11385