George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750

George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750
George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750

George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750

FINE GEORGE II CARVED WALNUT BALL AND CLAW CARD TABLE. An exceptional and finely preserved piece from the third quarter of the 18th century, this card table remains in exquisite condition and purity throughout.

Vibrant and beautifully patinated walnut veneers and solid woods simply glow from centuries of waxing and gentle use, resulting in a complex surface that ranges from nearly blackened oxidization in recesses to brilliant burnished reds and browns in primary areas. The turret top is matchbooked such that the burl of the walnut meets most powerfully in the center, this edged by feathered inlay and bordered with cross-banding. It opens over original hinges and rests on a single swinging gate leg to reveal a gorgeous red gilt-tooled leather card playing surface with scooped chip wells beside each turret corner; each turret would generally host a brass candle stick to shed light on the surface while players enjoyed a hand. The carcass is beautifully crafted with complex curves and waves around the turrets.

A single drawer is set in the center of the apron, this with period brass hardware that is an early replacement of an earlier knob; the drawer is crafted with oak secondary woods and beautiful tiny dovetailing. Four cabriole legs raise the table, the front two with fine and crisp carvings of tied foliage, all four terminating over most excellent ball and claw feet. Each foot is carved with precision, the talons scraping the floor with handsome knuckle formation and crisp nails. This is a most fine and beautifully preserved card table - powerful in presentation, excellent in craftsmanship, pure in structure.

It is an outstanding selection for the serious collector of fine period furnishings. 26 3/8 H x 33 5/8 W x 33 D (open as a card table); 27 3/8 H x 33 5/8 W x 16 3/4 D (closed). Old and gorgeous surface with age appropriate wear. Hardware on drawer replaced, probably during the 18th century. Veneers with some patching, cracking and restoration. Tiny corner losses to veneers on the top. Leather card surface replaced and in beautiful condition. Please scroll down and view all images of this piece for a full overview of condition. Is a family business founded by Andrew and Grace Silla in 2009 after years of collecting. The full service shop is now located in the heart of the Cumberland Valley in the historic downtown of Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.

Our 9000 square foot gallery is home to a large collection of carefully curated period furniture, works of art and interesting objects from the late 18th century through the middle of the 20th century. Our company specializes in French bronze sculpture from the last quarter of the 19th century, particularly the Animaliers, and we have a focus on the Barbizon period in fine art.

We carry a large selection of fine furniture from the whole spectrum of periods; we are always seeking out pieces that are unusual in form, objects that are stand alone strikepoints for the room, items created by interesting designers and makers, or pieces that are just difficult to find. The common thread in all of our objects is the unwavering standard of quality, originality and excellence in form. Each object is individually selected for these attributes, restored where appropriate, balancing pure originality against a clean presentation in today. All available stock can be viewed by. We welcome your visit to the gallery! As we travel quite extensively, it is generally a good idea to make an appointment before visiting, but the gallery is almost always staffed on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9a-5:30p or by chance on Monday and Friday. We are conveniently located just a few minutes from route 81 at 117 W Burd St.

Your satisfaction and confidence is our priority. And addressed to the gallery at 117 W Burd St. Buyers are responsible for unpacking, moving the item into their home and disposing of all packing materials without assistance from the driver. Because we professionally package each item in-house, damage is incredibly rare.

However, we understand the disappointment that can occur in this unlikely event and will work hard to help you through the situation. Concealed damage and/or damage not noted on the Bill of Lading will not be covered, so be sure to fully inspect the item before signing the Bill of Lading and releasing the driver.

S responsibility to retain all packing materials until the claim process is complete. The carrier reserves a "right to repair" a damaged item to industry standard. We are happy to provide paperwork or any other required documentation to assist in the claim process. _gsrx_vers_841 GS 7.0.16 (841). The item "George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750" is in sale since Tuesday, December 18, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Tables\Pre-1800".

The seller is "sillafineantiques" and is located in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.


George II Carved Walnut Antique Game Card Table, Ball Claw Feet, England c. 1750


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