Circa 1770, pair of George III mahogany inlaid and penwork demi-lune games tables. With their fold over tops and radial veneers centred by a sunflower motif and banding with flower trails. Opening to green baize surfaces, and raised on square tapering legs with further flower trails on the facings. Both ending on brass caps with brass casters beneath.
Provenance: Coul House, Auchterarder, Perthshire. By family repute, possibly the Earls of Cork, or the Mulocks, County Offaly, Ireland.
- Size 74 cm high x 104 cm wide x 52 cm deep