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This rectangular table has a double top made of rosewood veneer. The perimeter is assembled with mitre cut. This part is decorated with inlays of light and stained wood, representing leaves, branches and flowers, and underlined by two nets of lemon tree. The edge is dressed with a brass rod in quarter round.
This tray is sliding. One of the parts, on brass hinges, lifts up, in order to develop completely and rest on the open drawer. Thus unfolded, this table offers a large surface of games, with soft green felt, surrounded by a braid. The perimeter of this panel is in mitered rosewood and has two fillets.
The veneer belts, arranged in butterfly wings, are inlaid with compositions in the same spirit and highlighted by a brass molding at the edge. On the side, there is a drawer equipped with an original functional lock with key and inlaid entry. It reveals two felted spaces, printed with a tric-trac game, and three token racks.
This piece of furniture rests on four massive turned legs, with stopped flutes, provided with brass rings in high part, and ending with ball shoes.
This system table offers many possibilities of games and, once opened, a significant number of participants.
Period : End of XIXth century.
Excellent condition. Varnished satin finish.
Delivery possible, in France and in Europe, by our partner specialized in the transport of furniture and works of art.
Length : 90 cm
Length of the unfolded table : 180 cm
Width : 59 cm
Height : 77 cm
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|Location||44810, Héric, France|