Anglo-Indian Padouk and Parquetry Drop-Leaf Games Table, Early 19th Century
The frame features a satinwood-crossbanded and ebony-strung, drop-leaf top with reeded edges centered by a reversible, checkerboard panel. The central panel slides out to reveal a removable, bone and ebony-inlaid backgammon board over a single frieze drawer. The table rises on a pair of string-inlaid uprights ending in downswept legs and brass caps and casters.
|Materials:||Wood, Bone, Brass|
|Period:||Antique, Early 19th Century|
- Please note, this is an item that may be especially difficult to move and/or transport. Unless the shipping option is selected, the winner is responsible for bringing appropriate assistance, vehicle, proper materials, and any necessary tools to pickup.
- overall with various scratches, marks, nicks, and abrasions consistent with age and use; scattered shrinkage cracks, small chips, and veneer repairs; underside of one leg with a larger chip/small loss; variable finish wear and sunfading (most notably to top); drawer handles are later; no key; other possible imperfections, wear, and repairs/restorations.
- width corresponds to top with leaves folded down; when extended, it is 44" W.