Quality Edwardian Mahogany Antique Envelope Card Table

£975.00

This Quality Edwardian Mahogany Antique Envelope Card Table circa, 1900 is A Very unique design with a beautifully figured top with crosssbanded satinwood edge.

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Quality Edwardian Mahogany Antique Envelope Card Table

This Quality Edwardian Mahogany Antique Envelope Card Table circa, 1900 is A Very unique design with a beautifully figured top with crosssbanded satinwood edge.  The top swivels and four sections open up to reveal a green baize playing surface and four counter wells.  Beneath is a mahogany lined drawer with decorative brass handles and crossbanded edge and it stands on four elegant tapering legs with spade feet and castors. The mahogany has aged to a rich shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height:74cm / 29 inches

Length:56cm / 22 inches ( closed )

Length:79cm / 31 inches  ( open )

Ref  No : 06579

 

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