Circa 1830. A William IV mahogany folding bagatelle table. The rectangular top with deep sides, hinged and opens to reveal a full-sized baize lined bagatelle table including score divider, ques and apertures for the balls. To the front is the original lock with brass escutcheon and two brass clasps. It sits on a trestle end mahogany table and can slide forward and backwards to accommodate the board when its open. The two pierced trestle ends sit on a platform base with stylish finials on each end and all resting on squat bun feet.
86cm High x 61cm Wide x 121cm Long (when closed), 242cm Long (when open)
- 86cm High x 61cm Wide x 121cm Long (when closed), 242cm Long (when open)