George II Figured Walnut Card Table on Cabriole Legs
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George II figured walnut card table on cabriole legs in the manner of Benjamin Crook

1740 England

£12,900

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George II figured walnut card table on cabriole legs in the manner of Benjamin Crook

A George II figured walnut table, concealing a games surface baize interior, with four walnut counter wells and figured candle/drinks roundels to each corner. Lovely to have a shaped drawer to the front of the piece which is also a key feature when attributing such a piece to Benjamin Crook. C.1740. This table is highly functional, rare and aesthetically pleasing piece.

Features
• Four counter wells.
• Figured candle/drinks roundels.
• A fine baize lined games surface.
• Elegant cabriole legs with carved shells to the knees, terminating on ball and claw feet, sitting on casters.
• Shaped frieze drawer.
• Unusually the back of the games table is also veneered, this is a sign of exceptional quality.
• Fabulous colour and patination

Condition
Provenance

Private collection, Beaconsfield England

Literature
Dimensions
Height 34.00 cm (13.39 inches)
Width 29.00 cm (11.42 inches)
Depth 17.00 cm (6.69 inches)
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