Wellington Game Table

Editor rating

4/5 on July 5, 2017

User's rating

PROS

  • Brings style and class to the room
  • Styled with modified Queen Anne legs
  • Comes with backgammon & chess/checker pieces, cribbage pieces and deck of cards
  • Comes with wooden dice and dice holders

CONS

  • The table has no border or edging to keep the dice on the table

VERDICT

This is one stylish looking table that will compliment your existing furniture arrangement and it will have anyone playing at it feeling like a king. And as a bonus, it comes with all the playing pieces you need.

This unique table takes stylish to another level. If you’re into this kind of styling, this backgammon table has traditional styling that will match your existing stylish furniture. The Wellington Game Table has modified Queen Anne legs that give it that old English look.

Not only does this table look great, it features a game board that has backgammon on one side and chess/checkers on the reverse side. The game board looks great as well, being manufactured with quality.

Our of all the backgammon tables we have reviewed, the Wellington Game Table comes with the most goodies. Not only does it come with backgammon/checker pieces, it also comes with chess pieces, cribbage, and a bonus deck of cards. Also included is a dice set and wooden dice containers. Check out the accompanying photo – the playing pieces look mighty stylish – all wooden made and nicely crafted.

The Wellington Backgammon Table stands at 31 inches high, is 29 inches wide and 22.5 inches deep. It is constructed from solid wood and some choice cherry veneers that have some slight olive ash burl finishes. There is a draw to store your playing pieces away in when the table is not in use.

The game playing board sits just under the level of the table top but not enough to prevent the dice from rolling off the table. If you have read any other reviews on this site, you’ll know what a luxury it is to have a boundary in place to prevent the dice rolling off the table and on to the floor. ¬†Given the quality and prestige of this table, it seems a bit of a let down that the table doesn’t have a design to prevent the dice rolling off the table.