Antique Game Tables

Rare, French, Regence period, gilt-bronze mounted game table (tric-trac table)
Item No. 1068
Rare, French, Regence period, gilt-bronze mounted game table (tric-trac table)

Having rosewood veneers; with a reversible, gilt, embossed leather top, the reverse inlaid with an ebony and ivory chess board; the inside opening to reveal a recessed backgammon surface; having one drawer and two original candleholders. Circa 1725.

Provenance: Attributed to Pierre Migeon
Fine, French, Louis XVI style, bouillotte table
Item No. 1050
Fine, French, Louis XVI style, bouillotte table

In solid mahogany with gilt-bronze gallery and Gris St. Anne marble top. 19th century.

38" diameter by 31" tall
Fine, French, Louis XV style tric-trac table
Item No. 984
Fine, French, Louis XV style tric-trac table

One side of reversible top having a chess board, the other a green, felt card surface, the whole resting on cabriole legs. The interior with ebony and ivory inlaid backgammon board. In rosewood with gilt bronze mounts. Paris, circa 1880.
Very fine, Regence period Table De Cabaret  Jeux (game table)
Item No. 1007
Very fine, Regence period Table De Cabaret Jeux (game table)

In solid, carved walnut with elegantly shaped cabriole legs terminating in pied de biche, gilt, tooled, and embossed leather top, four drawers (one per side), and pull-out drink holders at each corner. Circa 1715-1727.

29" square by 29" high
Fine, Louis XV style tric-trac table
Item No. 979
Fine, Louis XV style tric-trac table

In solid, carved walnut having cabriole legs ending in pied de biche (deer feet) and reversable top, one side (shown) with marquetry inlaid board for checkers, the other in green felt suitable for card playing. Removing the top reveals an inset, marquetry-inlaid backgammon board. The whole delicately carved. Late 18th or early 19th century from Nimes, France.
Fine, French, Napoleon III period, black lacquer, gilt bronze, and incised gilt brass table a jeu (game table)
Item No. 813
Fine, French, Napoleon III period, black lacquer, gilt bronze, and incised gilt brass table a jeu (game table)

Opens to reveal original felt playing surface. Circa 1860.

Provenance: estate of Mexican film star Maria Felix.

34" wide by 16½" deep (closed)/33" deep (open) by 30" high
Parisian, Louis XV period table a jeu
Item No. 757
Parisian, Louis XV period table a jeu

In kingwood, ebony, and ivory veneers with cabriole legs terminating in gilt-bronze sabot feet. Opens to reveal a green felt poker surface. Mid-18th century.

closed: 25¼" wide by 22" deep by 28" high - when opened, poker surface is 25¼" wide by 44" deep
French, Louis XV style, bronze mounted tric-trac table
Item No. 775
French, Louis XV style, bronze mounted tric-trac table

In mahogany with mahogany, pearwood, and ebony veneers. Top chess/checkers surface reverses to reveal leather writing surface. Inside reveals inlaid backgammon surface. With drawers at each side to hold gaming pieces. Late 18th or early 19th century.
Renaissance style extending game table ('table a jeu')
Item No. 398
Renaissance style extending game table ("table a jeu")

In solid walnut with casters and multiple inlaid playing surfaces for backgammon, checkers, chess, and a roulette wheel. 19th century from Paris.

31" wide by 26" deep by 30½" high, (93" wide when fully extended)
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table
Item No. 759
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table

In solid mahogany and mahogany veneers with brass trim. Gold-embossed leather writing surface reverses to reveal felt card-playing surface. Inside reveals original ebony and ivory inlaid backgammon board. Tapered, fluted legs ending in brass casters. Two drawers hold matching white and green-tinted ivory playing pieces. Late 18th century.

45" wide by 24" deep by 29" high
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French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table
Item No. 718
French, Louis XVI period tric-trac table

In solid, carved mahogany with flame mahogany veneer, gilt bronze trim, and tapered, fluted legs. Backgammon surface in ebony with ivory inlay. Leather top reverses to reveal felt playing surface for cards. Circa 1780.

47" long by 27" deep by 28" high
Very fine, Chinese export, black lacquer and parcel-gilt games table
Item No. 822
Very fine, Chinese export, black lacquer and parcel-gilt games table

Featuring chess surface in mother of pearl and ebony and recessed backgammon board in the interior. Second quarter of the 19th century.
Rare, French, Jacob period tric-trac table
Item No. 686
Rare, French, Jacob period tric-trac table

Gold-embossed leather writing surface, which reverses to a green felt card-playing surface. Inside reveals original ebony and ivory inlaid backgammon board. Matching, white and green-tinted ivory pieces. Early 19th century.

44½" wide by 22¼" deep by 29½" high



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