A fine George I walnut games table with a central shell carving and concertina opening action. Turreted top corners over a central carved shell, carved shell cabriole legs molded and ending on ball and claw feet. In good condition. A fine piece of English furniture.
H 28.38 in. x W 33.75 in. x D 16.75 in.
H 72.09 cm x W 85.73 cm x D 42.55 cm
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