A fine late 18th century Hepplewhite dropleaf games table in satinwood with inlays and banding. Disguised as a pembroke, the sliding top reverses to display a chess board in embossed leather. Further, the top removes entirely to reveal a backgammon table, again with details embossed in gilt on leather. The legs are a fine square tapered type terminating in brass square castors. H. 30″, w. 22″, d. 20″ (leaves down).