Definitions for "Pembroke table"
Keywords:  earl, countess, drawer, brackets, flap
A style of four-legged drop-leaf table in vogue in England, chiefly in the later Georgian period.
A small centre standing table of rectangular or rounded form. Usually with two flaps above a drawer they are supported on turned tapered or square tapered legs, often on castors.
A small table with two drop leaves on its long side and a drawer. Named for the Countess of Pembroke who ordered the first one made.