Mahogany Drop-Leaf and Pembroke Tables

New, Vintage and Antique Mahogany Drop-Leaf and Pembroke Tables

Filter:

Sort By

Still on the hunt?

  Never miss new arrivals that match exactly what you're looking for!
Mahogany Drop-Leaf and Pembroke Tables

Shop Logo
FIREBIRD FURNITURE
shop now
Shop Product ImageShop Product ImageShop Product Image
Shop Logo
Pasadena Art Monkeys
shop now
Shop Product ImageShop Product ImageShop Product Image

When it comes to tables worth flipping for, mahogany Pembroke tables take all. Also known as a drop-leaf table, Pembroke tables are tables with two drop leaves attached to either side with hinges. When additional room is needed, a Pembroke dining table or side table can have its leaves flipped up to create a larger surface space. A popular style throughout the 17th and 18th century, it’s most common to find antique Pembroke side tables and dining tables in traditional styles like Federal, Chippendale here on Chairish, as well as more generic styles such as “Colonial Williamsburg.”

Add Hidden Versatility to Your Interiors with Mahogany Pembroke Tables

Given the popularity of mahogany throughout this era, mahogany drop leaf end tables are also common. Rich mahogany wood lends these tables an instant sophistication factor, making it easy for them to stand alone in a hallway or entry, or flank either end of an elegant, traditional sofa. If you’re looking for a mahogany drop leaf table with dramatic presence, try a table with a pedestal base. Look for tables with details like acanthus-carved stems and legs with lions paw feet as well as casters if you desire an ornate look, or a splayed Sheraton pedestal base if you favor something more simple and elegant. While most Pembroke tables showcase flat-edge drop leaves, you can also find tables with more decorative leaves as well. Look for Chippendale mahogany Pembroke tables with serpentine leaves and Georgian tables with scalloped leaves, and more.