Antique Bridge Tables were designed from the early Georgian period on-wards for the card game Bridge. Bridge was most popular in the Victorian and Edwardian periods and was used with sets of cards with artists painting comical pictures on the back, these card sets can be very collectable and sought after now. The game of Bridge can be traced back to the early 16th century, originally called Whist in Britain as was a big part of entertainment and gambling. Antique games tables were made especially for playing the game of Bridge and as these pieces were made to impress, no expense was spared in their construction as guests would see and use them, so having a pretty games table would be a good piece of furniture to show off. Here at antiques world, we get some beautiful examples for sale, in beautiful woods like Mahogany, Rosewood and Oak. The best will usually have inlay from fine boxwood to more expensive brass and decorative feet. Most will have a baize interior and occasionally counter wells in the corners. Have a look below at some of the stunning antique bridge tables we have for sale.