A mahogany and inlaid Pembroke table, English, circa 1780. The rectangular top and its pair of drop-leaves, quarter- or segmentally-veneered with figured mahogany. The top inlaid with a patera within fan-type spandrels, all in ebonized or dark-stained timber or fruitwood. The drop-leaves each inlaid with an oval patera. One short frieze fitted with a drawer, cockbeaded in darker or stained timber and fitted with brass ring handles and a brass thread escutcheon. On four tapering square-section legs fitted with brass square-section caps and castors.
At Saltram by 1951 and accepted by HM Treasury in lieu of full payment of Death Duty from the Executors of Edmund Robert Parker (1877 - 1951), 4th Earl of Morley.