A French Louis XV period walnut game table from the mid 18th century, with beige velvet fabric, single drawer, carved apron and cabriole legs. Created in France during the reign of King Louis XV nicknamed Le Bien-Aimé (translating as the Beloved in English), this walnut game table features a nearly square top with typical rounded corners, fitted with a beige colored velvet fabric. This top is sitting above an elegant apron carved on all sides, concealing a single drawer on one side, presenting a petite turned wooden pull. The table will therefore be able to float in a room and be seen from all angles. The ensemble is raised on four cabriole legs resting on delicate hoof feet. Boasting lots of old age and character, this Louis XV period walnut game table circa 1750 with velvet fabric, will bring an undeniable touch of French elegance to any home, particularly placed in a living room!
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 27.5"W x 23.5"D x 27"H
Inventory Number: XX194