Pembroke table

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Pembroke table

(Furniture) a small table with drop leaves and often one or more drawers
[perhaps named after Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke (1561–1621), who originally ordered its design]
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Pem′broke ta`ble

a small table with drop leaves and with one or two drawers set in the skirt.
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