William IV-Period Specimen Chess Table

  • An array of rare stones are inset into the surface of this William IV chess table
  • The visually appealing arrangement incorporates specimens with various unique patterns and colors
  • Marbles such as Carrara, Siena, Verde Antico, Red Briotte and Red Campan Griotte are all included
  • Crafted of rosewood and Goncola Alves, the table is crafted in the style of Gillows
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A luxurious array of rare marbles and hard stones are inset into the playing surface of this William IV-period chess table. The visually appealing arrangement incorporates specimens with a variety of unique patterns and colors, including marbles such as Carrara, Siena, Verde Antico, Red Briotte and Red Campan Griotte. The table itself is crafted of rich rosewood and rare Goncola Alves in the timeless style of Gillows of Lancaster, resting atop gracefully turned legs and regal lions' paw feet. Side galleries flank each side of the table, providing the perfect space for one's playing pieces or even a cocktail to accompany the game.

Circa 1830

34 3/8" wide x 20 3/4" deep x 29 1/4" high
William IV-Period Specimen Chess Table
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Game Tables
Depth: 20.75 Inches
Width: 34.38 Inches
Height: 29.25 Inches
William IV-Period Specimen Chess Table
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