|An Important transitional mahogany pembroke
Attributed to Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1775-1785
School of Martin Pfeninger
For a related table see The Furniture of Charleston, 1680-1820, Rauschenberg and Bivins, 2003.
Vol. 1: Colonial Furniture, figure CC-53, pg. 193-197. Constructed of vibrantly grained mahogany with mahogany and white pine secondary.
Meas. OH 28", OW 21I" (38L" open), OD 25L".