Inlaid Rosewood Envelope Games Table c.1890.

Fine quality late 19th.c. rosewood envelope card table c.1890. Square top divided into four triangular sections (like the back of an envelope) with symmetrically arranged rosewood veneers, each inlaid with floral marquetry detail. Turn and fold open the top to make a square games table for four with the original green baize playing surface and satinwood guinea scoops. Inlaid rosewood base a single small mahogany lined drawer and shaped apron repeated on each side. Raised on crisply turned legs joined with swept stretchers to an unusual carved boss at the centre.  Original brass and black ceramic castors. Obvious wear and fading to the baize which could be replaced if preferred. Otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.


Dimensions: width & depth 21½”/30½”, height 29½”.
Year: c.1890.
Price: £695
Stock Number: 32363