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Antique Demi-Lune Flip-Top Game Table - Grey Felt

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This antique flip-top table was found in England. It folds open to reveal a grey felt-covered game table that swivels for easy player access.

Excellent condition.

About Directoire StyleNamed after the period of the French Directory in the final years of the 18th century, Directoire style — a division of neoclassicism preceding the Napoleonic styles — is a somewhat subdued design mode that was largely inspired by Ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt (the study of classical subjects were very much in vogue at the time). Furniture silhouettes are often comparatively sparse, consisting of simple, elongated shapes and clean lines. Decoration is primarily based on those originating in ancient civilizations, including urns, sphinxes and classical columns. Signaling the near-future transition to the Napoleonic styles, furnishings are constructed to be visually light, emphasized by a preference for lighter woods.The style is still popular today, favored for its timeless elegance and simultaneous formality and approachability.