Card game table in the French transitional style Louis XV-XVI

This kind of game tables were commonly used in mansions and palaces to play cards. It has a rotating system for unfolding the tabletop, which allows four people to play on the table felt. There is an internal secret drawer to keep tokens and cards. The tabletop is veneer with a complex geometric marquetry. There are two sunbursts in king wood. The central medallion is filled with a lattice in palisander and sycamore containing diamonds made with four leaves of veneer in kingwood. Both right and left sides of the medallion, as well as all the faces of the table are decorated with beautiful four-leaved motifs with a central flower, consisting of six parts. The carcasse is in French oak. The unfolded board is covered with a green felt. The piece is finished with French polishing.

Height: 29.5 inches / Length of closed table: 28.9 inches / Depth of closed table: 17.5 inches / Length of opened table: 31.7 inches / Depth of opened table: 28.9 inches

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