Rare and Outstanding Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany Games Table
Having a hinged top with turreted corners opening in a baize-lined playing surface with candle pockets, gadrooned apron continuing to acanthus carved cabriole legs with C-scrolled front knee returns and ball and claw feet.
New York, circa 1765.
Width 33-3/8", depth 16-1/2", height 28-7/8".
Literature: This table is pictured in American Furniture in The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Late Colonial Period, The Queen Anne and Chippendale Styles, by Morrison H. Heckscher, pages 173-74, cat. no. 104.