High quality antique Victorian walnut card table dating to around the 1860’s period & in great condition. It has a serpentine shaped burr walnut top, which spins around & folds over to be supported by the frame, which also has a compartment underneath for storage of cards, etc. The baize fabric playing surface is very old & possibly original. It does have a bit of wear & a split in the middle from constant use. We could have a new baize put on for an extra cost of about £100. The solid walnut base has very deep carvings all over the pedestal & on the quadruple legs. There are also concealed casters under the feet. The pattern on the burr walnut top is very nice. When not in use, this card table can be used as a console table.
Width – 38 inches, 98 cm
Depth – 19 inches, 49 cm
Height – 29 inches, 75 cm
Antique William IV rosewood card table in good condition dating to around the 1830-40’s period. The rosewood is nicely patterned all over & it’s even polished on the back. The table top swivels around & opens up to rest on frame below which also has a useful storage compartment inside. It’s just been re-baized so is ready for use. The front section has a curved middle panel. The top is supported by a round column with a carved bottom moulding. This sits on a plinth base on turned feet below. When not in use, this card table make a very attractive console table.
Width – 36 inches, 92 cm
Depth – 18 inches, 46 cm
Height – 29 inches, 74 cm
Very stylish Art Deco card table with a tooled leather playing surface & pull out compartments, which are possibly meant for money or chips. The wood used is very exotic & I believe it's Amboyna. It's a very unusual model & not one I've seen before. The condition is very good as it's just been re-polished & I would date it to around the 1920-30's period.
Width – 33 inches, 84 cm
Depth – 33 inches, 84 cm
Height – 30 inches, 76 cm
Knee height – 26 inches, 66 cm
Antique walnut Queen Anne style card table in good original & with a lovely mellow colour, dating from around the 1920's period. The shaped top & front section are burr walnut. The top edge & solid walnut legs are well carved. I believe the baize lining is original to this table & is still in okay condition. It can be re-baized for an extra cost. This card table can be used as a console table when not in use. The middle back legs pull out to support the playing surface when opened & also has a useful storage compartment inside.
Width – 36″, 92 cm
Depth – 18″, 46 cm
Depth open – 36″, 92 cm
Height – 30″, 76 cm
This antique Edwardian games table has a duel purpose & can be used for cards or chess, so it's a very practicable piece & is also fine quality. The use of woods is very clever. The under-frame is mahogany or walnut, the top when closed is walnut & the top edges are figured walnut with other woods involved in the chess section. Closed up it just looks like a normal square side table. One of the legs swings open to support the baize lined card table section. This games table is in excellent condition & dates from around the 1890-1910 period. There is also a concealed drawer on one side, to put the cards & chess pieces in. The legs are tapered & have cross stretchers making them more stable. Who ever designed this piece really thought it through.
Width – 20 inches, 50 cm
Width open – 40 inches, 100 cm
Depth – 20 inches, 50 cm
Height – 31 inches, 78 cm
Antique French style walnut card table with a serpentine shaped front & lovely decoration. It dates from around the 1950's period & is in good condition. The top is burr walnut & has a very detailed & colourful floral marquetry made up from many exotic woods. The side edges are also burr walnut with an inlaid banding. This card table has gilt bronze mounts all over, plus gilt bronze feet & beading around the top edges. The mounts are of excellent quality. The table top spins around & flips over to reveal a bailed lined playing surface. The baize is a bit marked or faded in places & could be replaced for about £75-£100 by our upholsterer. There is also storage space underneath the table top.
Width – 35 inches, 88 cm
Depth – 18 inches, 45 cm
Depth when open – 35 inches, 88 cm
Height – 32 inches, 81 cm
High quality antique Queen Anne style walnut card table dating from around the 1920's period in excellent condition. It has a baize lined playing surface & a pull out back leg which supports the top when open. When not in use, this table makes a lovely console table. The top is burr walnut, the legs solid walnut & it's well carved around the top edge, the tops of the legs & on the feet. This table has a lovely shape & is even polished on the back.
Width – 33.5 inches, 85 cm
Depth – 16.5 inches, 42 cm Open – 31.5 inches, 80 cm
Height – 29 inches, 74 cm
This antique walnut card table is wonderful quality & is in excellent condition, dating from around the 1910-20's period. It has beautiful burr walnut veneers all over the top, back & front. The burr walnut top is also cross banded, with canted corners & has crisp carving around the edge. The shaped legs are solid walnut with superb carvings on the tops & on the feet. When opened up, there is a baize lined playing surface which is still in good condition, however it has opened up in the middle. If this bothers you, we can have it re-baized for an extra cost of about £50-£100. There is also a useful storage space under the top. Please enlarge all the images to appreciate all the fine details of this table.
Width – 33.5 inches, 85 cm
Depth – 17.7 inches, 45 cm Open – 33 inches, 84 cm
Height – 30.3 inches, 77 cm
Antique walnut card table that doubles up as a side table when not in use. The top spins around & doubles over to reveal a baize lined playing surface. This is supported on the frame & there is also a storage compartment inside for playing cards or something else. The top & side edges are burr walnut while the legs are solid walnut with some fine carving on the tops, plus claw & ball feet. This card table is in good condition & dates from around the 1930 period.
Width – 30″, 76 cm
Depth – 17″, 43 cm (Double when open)
Height – 29.5″, 75 cm
This card table is a good quality reproduction of a period George III piece & probably made around the 1950's period. It's mahogany with satinwood inlay & is in excellent condition having just been re-polished. The top opens up & is supported by one of the back legs that swings out. It's baize lined & the baize is in good condition too. The legs are inlaid too & taper down to a bit of a point. What's nice about this table is that it can double up to be used as a side table when not in use.
Width – 36.3″, 92 cm
Depth – 17″, 43 cm – Open – 34″, 86 cm
Height – 29.2″, 74 cm
Knee Height – 23.6″, 60 cm