Rare George IV period rosewood loo table


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Object Description

A rare and interesting George IV period rosewood loo table, the well figured top above frieze incorporating eight drawers supported on a faceted stem, the whole raised on a triform base terminating in strong lion paw feet.

Object History

The game of Loo:

Loo is a venerable old trick taking game closely related to Bourré which has been played in England since the 17th century. Although the game can be played with as few as three and as many as nine players, it is perhaps best played by five. It is fundamentally a gambling game and is played with chips or counters. Played with real money, this can become a very expensive game. In Loo, there are no formal partnerships. Each person plays for themselves.

Object Details

Dealer Opening Times

By appointment only.

Dealer Contact

+44 (0)1403 700004

Dealer Location

PO Box 48
West Sussex
RH14 0YZ