ANTIQUE BRUNSWICK BILLIARD TABLES - BILLIARD TABLES
Antique Brunswick Billiard Tables - 3 Pc Coffee Table Set
Antique Brunswick Billiard Tables
- A billiard table or billiards table (or more specifically a pool table or snooker table) is a bounded table on which billiards-type games (cue sports) are played.
- A smooth rectangular cloth-covered table used for billiards and some forms of pool, with six pockets at the corners and sides into which the balls can be struck
- The capital of this former duchy, an industrial city in Lower Saxony, Germany; pop. 259,130
- a university town in southwestern Maine
- Braunschweig: a city in central Germany
- A town in southwestern Maine, home to Bowdoin College; pop. 21,172
- A former duchy and state in central Germany, mostly incorporated into Lower Saxony
- a town in southeast Georgia near the Atlantic coast; a port of entry
- A collectible object such as a piece of furniture or work of art that has a high value because of its considerable age
- made in or typical of earlier times and valued for its age; "the beautiful antique French furniture"
- old-timer: an elderly man
- shop for antiques; "We went antiquing on Saturday"
Mizerak P1373TW Victoria II 7-Foot Billiard Table
Victoria II 7 ft. Billiard Table features 4 3/8 Wide Solid Wood Rails (with Pearlized Sights) and Full Profile K66 rubber--provide consistent rebound for high-level quality play. Camel Wool-Nylon Blend Cloth--provides for smooth, consistent roll. Rich Cognac Stain Finish on this Elegantly Designed Birch Wood Veneer Cabinet--classically elegant styling. Cognac Drop Pockets with Matching Cognac Pocket Shields--enhance the classic, elegant look of the table.
Get ready for years of fun billiards competition with the Mizerak Victoria II 7-foot billiards table. A stylish addition to any rec room, the table features an elegantly designed birch-wood veneer cabinet with a rich cognac stain finish. The table's high-density MDF play field, meanwhile, is covered with a camel wool-nylon blend. Combine the features and you have a high-quality pool table with a remarkably smooth roll and a design that fits beautifully in any decor. Other features include 5-inch wide, smooth-profile wood rails; elegant pedestal legs; cognac drop pockets with matching cognac pocket shields; a ram-horn design on the posts; a full-profile K66 nose rubber for consistent rebounding; internal metal corner brackets; and cross-member supports for the play bed.
Billiard Table, Chambord
Building of the chateau was begun by Francis I in 1519, and was completed in 1547. Florentine artist Leonardo da Vinci paid a short visit to the building during its construction and added a few embellishments to it. The structure, containing 440 rooms, 365 fireplaces, 13 great staircases, and stables to accommodate 1,200 horses, stands in a park surrounded by a wall of 22 miles in circumference. 1,800 men worked on the chateau.
The design was actually simplified from the King's original plans for financial reasons... it is difficult to grasp how it would have looked had he unlimited funds to spend. In fact, the King only spent about 8 nights at Chambord and most of the rooms were never furnished.
After Francis I's death in 1574 the castle was practically unused for about fifty years.
After having passed through other hands, the chateau risked being demolished after the Revolution and in 1793 the furnishings were dispersed. In 1947 the State began restorations which were continued for 30 years.
Billiard / Sitting Room - Eastman House
Side view of the billiard table and the lighting fixture above the table. This billiard table is located in the Billiard / Sitting Room at the Eastman mansion. Behind this table is a raised platform for watching billiards. The woodwork in this room is teak. This type of exotic wood has been in use for shipbuilding and in fine architecture for more than 2,000 years. The wood was fashioned into shallow panels that showed the grain and color of the wood to its best advantage, and the floor boards were joined with butterfly pegs. This room was a billiard room for only a short time, as Eastman had the billiard table moved upstairs to his second-floor bedroom in 1908, making this room into an informal sitting room. The decision was made to restore it as the earlier Billiard Room to show Eastman's informal and recreational side. Located at the George Eastman House and Gardens, 900 East Ave in Rochester, NY
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