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Hi George,

I recently acquired this drop leaf table.  Did a a bit of research and found it is a version of the English Pembroke Table, often referred to as a breakfast table.  A design first created for the Earl of Pembroke.
Underneath the table it is stamped Warsaw Furn Mfg Co., Warsaw, KY who was in business from around the turn of the 20th century until at least the 1930s.

It features a stencil banded top that opens to form an oval table.

One stencil inlaid drawer with original hardware.

The table is supported by stencil inlaid tapered legs.

One stencil inlaid drawer with original hardware.

Minor chip on each leaf.

Width: 29"
Depth: 19 - 1/2"
Height: 29"

Width: 19 - 1/2"
Length: 44 - 1/4 "
Height: 29"

1/2 OPEN
Width: 19 - 1/2"
Length: 32 "
Height: 29"

Can you give me more information and estimate the value?

As always, thank you in advance for your response

Hi Denise,

I find your table to be quite attractive and nice color.

It used to be that Pembroke tables were purchased in pairs
at the height of their popularity, but today there appears to be
less interest in this particular form of table.

I place the value of your table in the $200. to $275. range.

Best Wishes,

George E. Harrison III

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