An absolutely stunning example of Victorian craftsmanship at its finest. This 19th Century games table features a quarter sawn burr walnut split veneer top which rotates and opens on brass hinges. This is turn reveals the exquisitely inlaid playing surfaces with both a chess/draughts board, backgammon board and cribbage board.
There is a single lockable shallow drawer and a deeper 'work table' style drawer below, ideal for storing game pieces.
The top is supported on a rosewood base showing fine carvings to the cabriole shaped legs, terminating in ceramic castor wheels.
This is an antique item of furniture and as such should be expected to show age and character. Please study the pictures carefully to ascertain condition. As can be seen in the pictures supplied there is a piece of beading missing to the left hand side and the walnut veneer on top has lifted and bubbled in places.