the inset square top of ribbon mahogany above a single drawer apron raised on turned supports all joined by a lower shelf over a single drawer; raised on brass casters; good vintage condition with minor overall wear and good patina
the inset glass top withing a bronze frame raised on cylindrical faux-marble metal supports ending in claw-and-ball feet all joined by an upper perimeter stretcher and lower x-form stretcher; good vintage condition with minor even wear and patina; new glass plate
fitted with two removable bentwood trays supported by a collapsible frame raised on circular supports ending in casters; maker's label adhered to inside of frame 'John Stuart, Inc, New York, Grand Rapids'; professionally refinished; some wear to casters
the hinged circular top centering a beautifully inlaid checkboard on one side flipping to reveal an inlaid Parcheesi (Ludo) board on the reverse; raised in 4 dramatically incurved supports joined by a lower shelf fitted with a hidden compartment for game pieces; professionally refinished with minor warpage to top; Parcheesi is based on Pachisi, originated in India around the 4th century A.D. Its popularity headed west in the 1860s, first traveling to England, which had taken over rule of India from the British East India Company in 1858, and then further into Europe.
the two-wheeled drinks trolley with turned handle joining a rectangular top within an openwork gallery all raised on wicker-wrapped supports joining a lower shelf; The Heywood Furniture Co. began in 1826 making wicker and rattan furniture. In 1897, the company merged with a competitor, Wakefield Rattan Co., to form the Heywood-Wakefield Co. Heywood-Wakefield’s iconic Streamline Modern furniture line was introduced at the 1933 Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago. The soft-curved, light-colored look ushered in an age of furniture called midcentury modern.
an impressively designed game table featuring a pivoting handkerchief top opening to reveal an intricately inlaid surface centering a removable center panel with game board and hand-tooled green leather surface on the flip side; resting on a body with openwork arabesque spandrels ending in splayed supports all joined by a lower shelf; the whole intricately inlaid with geometric designs and motifs; professionally restored with replacements to inlay; refinished
of neoclassical style, the oval inset beveled glass top within a nickel-plated frame; all raised on cylindrical supports ending in toupie feet all joined by a shaped stretcher; good vintage condition with some abrasions to glass and metal; minor pitting on feet; small interior chip to glass along edge
the inset black leather top with gilt hand-tooled border all within a bowed square top above a paneled apron with brass banding fitted with one long drawer; raised on tapering fluted supports ending in brass sleeves and casters; good condition commensurate with age; patina and overall even wear to leather and wooden surface; age and wear to brass