With our compliments we are honored to offer you this exceptionally high quality solid figured Honduran mahogany Boston circa 1820's Sheraton Pembroke table. The top is made from three solid single planks of the absolute best Honduran mahogany with a big bold grain. It has a cock bead molded drawer with a great hand chamfered base panel and stands on gracefully reed carved and turned legs. Each of the leaves are supported by double finger joint carved leaf supports. No attention to detail was sparred and the weight of this dense mahogany is substantial. The table is in a great old surface and in excellent condition with its original brasses. We note one leaf got a bit more sun exposure than the other, but it's very gradual in tone. There are some very small seasoning splits on the tables leafs which is a typical issue with cuts of this mahogany as thick and wide as these. The table is 39 1/2" long, 24" wide with its leaves down and 56" wide with the leafs lock up. It stands 29 1/2" tall and obviously the works of one of Boston's best early 19th Century furniture shops.