A honey oak campaign games table 19th century. The folding table with an 'X' frame stretcher base, having fold out metal rings to each corner and four shallow metal bound wells for game pieces, two drawers, one lockable and both fitted with various
A William IV fold over mahogany games table, circa 1830, the squared table with a circular baize interior upon a faceted pedestal to a circular boss with fine upward scrolling feet. Height 74 cm. Length 92 cm. Width 45 cm. Extended length 91 cm
A Georgian mahogany demilune flat-top crossbanded card table, the interior lined with green baize, central single drawer and two dummy side drawers, restrained boxwood stringing and four elegant tapering square section legs with original brass roller caste
A Victorian walnut stretcher based games table, mid 19th century, the oval table with a chess board inlaid top with pairs of bobbin supports to trestle bases, bobbin feet United by a cotton reel stretcher. Height 69 cm. Width 78 cm. Depth 41 cm.
Regency mahogany card table, with fold-over top above a turned support on a small circular base, raised on four down-swept legs with brass terminals. Height 75.5 cm. Width 91.5 cm. Depth 45.5 cm. Provenance: The Collection of Peggy Moore, NSW
A Regency mahogany fold over games table, early 19th century, the table with chamfered corners and a tapering pedestal to a squared box base with four hipped sabre legs with a ribbed design and brass paw feet with brass casters, the top crossbanded in waln
A Victorian mahogany, drop-side chess table, by James Burrey, Shrewsbury, the top inlaid with rosewood and satinwood chequer board squares, upon a turned pedestal and carved cabriole leg base, the table has two single drawers; one containing a makers label
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