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TABLE - Southern walnut Hepplewhite Pembroke
© THOMASTON PLACE AUCTIONS, Thomaston, Maine, USA

TABLE - Southern walnut Hepplewhite Pembroke table. Virginia origin. Light wood inlay on apron and legs cuff inlay by feet. 28.5''H x 30.5'' L 19'' w leaves...

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