Makers & restorers of the world's most beautiful Billiard, Snooker & Pool tables. Hand-crafted in the UK.

Makers & restorers of the world's most beautiful Billiard, Snooker & Pool tables. Hand-crafted in the UK.

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Orme & Sons Arts & Crafts Oak billiard table

Arts & Crafts Oak billiards table

by Orme & Sons c1890

This beautifully carved Arts & Crafts billiard table was made from English Oak by Orme & Sons of Manchester, around the same time as the famous Queen Billiard Table, which they made for Queen Victoria’s Jubilee in 1887, and which, in recent years was advertised for sale in Harrods, with a price tag of £1 million.

At the height of their fame, Orme & Sons attained recognition as one of the most important billiard table manufacturers in the country, a status which only a handful of manufacturers outside London ever achieved. They were established in 1845 and became table makers for King Edward VII.

The table is currently on display in our showroom, in excellent condition, awaiting the finishing touches of its restoration. We also have its matching Scoreboard Marker, cue-storage cabinet, unusually made to be fitted in the corner of the billiard room. This beautifully detailed piece is in need of some restoration, and both pieces of this stunning billiard room set will be fully restored to showroom condition for their new owner.

To discuss any of our Antique and reproduction tables or simply request more details, pricing information or our full colour pdf brochure, click below…

Arts & Crafts Oak billiards table

by Orme & Sons c1890

Orme & Sons Arts & Crafts Oak billiard table

This beautifully carved Arts & Crafts billiard table was made from English Oak by Orme & Sons of Manchester, around the same time as the famous Queen Billiard Table, which they made for Queen Victoria’s Jubilee in 1887, and which, in recent years was advertised for sale in Harrods, with a price tag of £1 million.

At the height of their fame, Orme & Sons attained recognition as one of the most important billiard table manufacturers in the country, a status which only a handful of manufacturers outside London ever achieved. They were established in 1845 and became table makers for King Edward VII.

The table is currently on display in our showroom, in excellent condition, awaiting the finishing touches of its restoration. We also have its matching Scoreboard Marker, cue-storage cabinet, unusually made to be fitted in the corner of the billiard room. This beautifully detailed piece is in need of some restoration, and both pieces of this stunning billiard room set will be fully restored to showroom condition for their new owner.

To discuss any of our Antique and reproduction tables or simply request more details, pricing information or our full colour pdf brochure, click below…

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