London, South Kensington
11 February 2004
A ROSEWOOD AND YEW-WOOD BANDED SOFA GAMES TABLE
Early 19th century and later
The sliding central panel enclosing a backgammon surface and chequerboard, fitted with two drawers in the frieze
28in. (71cm.) high, 60in. (152.5cm.) wide extended, 22¼in. (56.5cm.) deep
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Family tradition states that the table was made by a Mr Peters in Sussex in about 1840.
An examination of the table would indicate that the table has been substantially restored and perhaps it was Mr Peters who was responsible for this.
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