Regency Rosewood Card Tables

  • This impeccable pair of late Regency tables are perfect for both teatime and game time
  • Crafted of rosewood, the tables feature hinged tops that unfold to reveal a card-playing surface
  • The tops are supported by rare architectural-style bases that rest on three claw feet
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Item No. 30-7448

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These exceptional late Regency card tables were designed with both elegance and function in mind. Crafted of rosewood, they serve as a well-appointed side table with a "D" shaped top when not in use. When one is ready for a card game, the tables quickly transform into a sturdy playing surface by simply unfolding the hinged top. The tabletops rest on impressive triform bases that boast a rare architectural form, complete with lappet turned columns and three paw feet. Exhibiting the best of traditional Regency design, these tables are a triumph of early 19th-century inventiveness.

Card playing and gambling were very popular pastimes among the fashionable elite during the 18th- and 19th-centuries, and tables such as these were specially crafted and housed in some of the finest estates throughout Great Britain. It is exceedingly rare to find a matching Regency-period pair such as these, particularly in such excellent condition.

Circa 1825

28 1/2" high x 36" wide x 36" deep 
Regency Rosewood Card Tables
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Game Tables
Depth: 36.0 Inches
Width: 36.0 Inches
Height: 28.5 Inches
Style: Regency

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