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9' Brunswick Alexandria Pool Table - Circa early 1900's

SKU 00926
$14,500.00
In stock
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This is a beautiful Antique 9' Brunswick Alexandria Pool Table in very good condition. This is the larger 6 leg model with the thicker 1.5" slate. The table is finished in Circassian Walnut with inlaid black holly trim and mother of pearl accents. This table is as beautiful and it is massive. If you're looking for a rare centerpiece for your game room, then this is it.

The Alexandria with six legs is a strikingly handsome and substantial billiard table. The magnificent design marks a new era in the highest class of billiard table construction and ornamentation. It carries a suggestion of the classic Greek and ancient Egyptian, touching a period when the Oriental splendor of luxurious Alexandria bid fair to out rival the more classic tones and studied effects characterizing the era when Athens claimed the right to school the world in literature and art. The severely plain in furniture is now giving way to the lighter and more artistic coloring effects of inlaid decoration.

Technical Information: From page 40 of the 1912 Carom and Pocket Tables Catalogue of the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company.
The Alexandria (with six legs): Is a strikingly handsome and substantial billiard table. A table that will lend tone to any billiard room. Massive, rich and in strictly good taste. The billiard experts of 50 to 60 years ago were just as energetic, painstaking and capable as those of today. They could not get the scores of the present time simply because the tables and equipment were lacking these little niceties that have been added by us from time to time to bring about the high state of perfection that characterizes our billiard and pocket billiard tables and which has kept them in the lead of all other makes for many years. The Alexandria combines all of these prime requisites with a style that cannot be surpassed. The magnificent design marks an era in the highest class of billiard table construction and ornamentation. It carries a suggestion of the classic Greek and ancient Egyptian, touching a period when the Oriental splendor of luxurious Alexandria bid fair to out-rival the more classic tones and studied effects characterizing the era when Athens claimed the right to school the world in literature and art. The severely plain in furniture is now giving way to the lighter and more artistic coloring effects of inlaid decoration. Design patent awarded June 22, 1909. Manufactured under various other patents awarded from 1892 to 1905.
Also available in a combination table.
Wood and Finish: Circassian Walnut with black holly and pearl inlay.

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