This Pembroke-inspired Chester Console Table furniture accent is highly elegant, yet unpretentious. Ideal for small spaces - in a hallway, foyer or entryway - it is crafted from rubberwood solids and wood products featuring beautiful curves with a cherry veneer top, linen-fold inlay patterns of maple and walnut veneers on both the top and apron front, all in a rich Plantation Cherry finish. Some assembly required.
Rubberwood solids, cherry, maple and walnut veneers
Plantation Cherry finish
20"W x 9 1/2"D x 32"H
Use wood polish.
A rare 1754 1st edition of Thomas Chippendale's Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker's Director is held by The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Williamsburg master cabinetmaker Edmund Dickinson, who counted Thomas Jefferson among his patrons in 18th century Virginia, owned a copy of Chippendale's designs, which cost about as much as a mahogany desk. When Dickinson was killed in battle during the American Revolution, the influential design book was listed in an inventory of his possessions, providing one of the few documented references to its use in America.