A 19th century tric-trac game table, the rectangular top removable, inlaid on one side with a chess board, on the other covered with a simple green felt - ideal for other games of dice. Removing the top reveals a tric-trac board, tric-trac being a French variant of Backgammon. Gaming was a favorite pastime in 18th and 19th century France, starting in the 18th century with multipurpose writing and card tables of various designs.
The rectangular table with a mahogany veneer, with four dummy drawers in the frieze on cabriole legs with gilt-bronze sabots. In excellent condition.
||Louis XV-Stil, ca. 1880/ Louis XV Style, ca. 1880
|PLACE OF ORIGIN:
||Frankreich / France
|MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES:
||Marketerie, vergoldete Bronze / marquetry wood, gilt bronze
||Sehr gut. Minimale Gebrauchs- und Altersspuren / Very good. Minor wear consistent of age and use.
||77 cm (30.32 in. )
|| 91 cm (35.82 in. )
||56 cm (22.04 in. )
Price Upon Request