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Walnut Billiard Table With Matching Scoring Cabinet

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This magnificent pair offers an exquisite billiards experience

Key Features

  • This carefully crafted table has hand-carved legs and brass-ringed woven pockets
  • An accompanying well-stocked scoring cabinet allows for score-keeping and entertaining with ease
  • Crafted by J. Ashcroft and Sons of Liverpool
  • Circa 1890
  • Table: 78 ¾ wide x 12' 5 long x 34 high
  • Cabinet: 49 ¼ wide x 22 deep x 84 1/2 high

Item Details

  • Width:
    78 3/4 & 49 1/4 Inches
  • Height:
    34 & 84 3/4 Inches
  • Length:
    149 Inches
  • Depth:
    22 Inches
  • Period:
    19th Century
  • Origin:
The art of gentlemanly sportsmanship comes alive in this magnificent billiard table. Skillfully crafted of mahogany and walnut by J. Ashcroft and Sons of Liverpool, the table features an ornate frame supported by eight turned and hand-carved legs. Brass-ringed woven pockets line the regulation playing surface, and can be fitted with hand-tooled leather aprons. A full suite of traditional accessories, including snooker balls, ball rack, and eight snooker cues, are stored in a perfectly matched, custom-made scoring cabinet. This cabinet not only complements this wonderful table, but also provides a tastefully appointed scoring center, complete with brass sliders and slate boards for manual scoring. It also acts as the perfect entertainment center, as the top drawer opens to reveal an exquisite wet bar, featuring crystal glassware and decanters. The table also comes with a new "show cloth" and another new cloth for final installation.

 Table: 78 ¾" wide x 12' 5" long x 34" high Cabinet: 49 ¼" wide x 22" deep x 84 1/2" high

 Circa 1890

 Award-winning makers of billiard tables since 1869, Ashcroft & Co. of Liverpool were well-renowned and respected among 19th-century billiards companies. The impeccable quality of their tables and accessories attracted prominent clients, who favored their personalized, pear-shafted cues. The company received gold medals at the 1886 International Exhibition.
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