Circa 1860, mid Victorian burr walnut fold over card table. The top with a moulded edge is quarter veneered and has unusual crossbanding of boxwood, ebony and amboyna. The interior also has a large crossbanding and is lined with green baize. The top rotates to show a small opening beneath for storing cards. The table stands on four turned and fluted legs which sit atop of four cabriole legs on brass and porcelain castors, which are very stylish and have a mixture of full carving and scratch carving. In the centre is a turned section with a large carved finial. The table is freestanding and has good colour.
- 73cm high x 92cm wide x 45cm deep