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Beringer Pool Table Model Number

Beringer Pool Table Model Number

Hello, I have a Beringer pool table that came with the house we bought. It is stickered with the serial number BER-P1967 1322

I would like some help identifying which table this is and have contacted Beringer directly, but am still waiting on a reply.

We may try to sell the table, if it has some value and would be worth it the effort of moving it. My husband and I could use the space. It is partially disassembled at the moment.

We did have someone interested in purchasing it, but said it was not a slate top. I am confused as I thought Beringer only made slate top. Is there an obvious way to tell?

We think it is the Beringer Colonial model pool table, but would like help confirming if possible. Also, if you had information regarding slate top or not and value, that would be appreciated!







Beringer Pool Table Model Number

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  1. user1516473102billiardsforum on 1/20/2018 2:08:01 PM

    You might be able to see if there is slate (or some substitute) by unbolting one of the rails, and trying to look under an un-stapled section of the cloth. Weight of the table would also indicate slate vs. non-slate.

    Beringer advertises the colonial model as having Bella Slate, which is not traditional Italian slate as far as I know. See the thread Beringer Pool Table Review for more on that. I would say the difference, if any, would not be detectable. I'd bet money on it.

    But I would say that there is no question that your is a Beringer Colonial pool table (in walnut), which is Beringer model "TBL-090" as far as I know. Weird your number doesn't match.

    I don't see the identical Beringer pool table model number you listed above in the 2017 catalog, but please let us know what you hear from the company.

  2. user1516473102user1516473102 on 1/20/2018 3:08:08 PM

    Thank you! We may try to see about taking a rail off to look for proof of slate. It is very heavy, but I do not have experience to be able to say it is heavier than a non slate top table.

    I know that the table is quite a few years old, and am not sure when the Colonial was discontinued. We could only guess from photo comparisons, but it is good to know that we have someone else who thinks this is the style.

    I am including a photo of the serial number. There is no particular model number that we can see.


    I will update if I hear from the company.

  3. user1516473102user1516473102 on 1/23/2018 10:20:54 PM

    I've received a reply from Beringer. Is is apparently an Ambrosia, according to the serial number.

    It somewhat confuses me, as the legs in photos are very different. I wonder if at one point the Ambrosia had a different style of legs, or if there was an option at the time of purchase to change the style of legs.

  4. user1516473102billiardsforum on 1/23/2018 10:52:57 PM

    Well, I suppose you can't argue with the manufacturer when they say they looked it up by serial number, but the pool table in your pictures is definitely different from the "Beringer Ambrosia" pool tables I see in their catalogs. Namely, the legs, and the design in the apron - yours is more of a single routed line pattern, whereas the ambrosia looks to have two lines about an inch apart from each other.

    The Ambrosia from the 2017 Catalog:


    I guess you could always reply asking the year of manufacture and if models of the same name can vary in design and style over the years.

    Thanks for following up though, this is good info just to know there is variance from the catalogs.

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Beringer Pool Table Model Number

  • Title: Beringer Pool Table Model Number
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  • Published: 1/20/2018 1:31:43 PM
  • Last Updated: 1/20/2018 2:14:12 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)