Babington’s flush ebonised and tinted rippled sycamore chess surface comes with brushed chrome and brushed bronze chess pieces and flips over to reveal a card surface that can be removed to use the backgammon board. The table has drawers to both sides with neat flock lined compartments for storing all the playing pieces.
“The array of tinted sycamore finishes were intentionally subtle to allow the focus to always be on the gameplay when in use, while still being a beautiful piece of furniture when not,” says Richard Davidson, chairman of Davidson London.
Davidson has also added the Tavistock occasional table to its collection. Made from the company’s trademark tinted sycamore with a shagreen top, it is available in a range of sizes.
To learn more about Davidson London and how each piece is made, subscribers can see Q17 of SuperyachtDesign online here.
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