A rare late C19th mahogany golf game table; this interesting table by Henry D Booth, stamped Parlour Golf Patent; the revolving circular top have a lane golf course with 16 brass holes and 2 opposing start positions. With a concealed drawer below, housing the two brass playing balls and mahogany playing clubs. When not being played, the top can be reversed to form a conventional occasional table with a slender moulded edge. Raised on elegant turned, tapering legs united by a turned cross stretcher.
'Rules of Parlour Golf' will be supplied.
English circa 1890
Dimensions (ins) 22 diameter x 24 high
Very good condition
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