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ID a Unique Billiardette-Sized Pool Table

ID a Unique Billiardette-Sized Pool Table

A few years back I purchased this pool table from a reputable antiques dealer.

It is a small billiardette(?) table that converts to a level table. Underneath the pool table is a metal lever mechanism that lowers the side rails and lifts the covers for the pockets. When the rails are raised, the pocket covers lower and direct the balls onto the return trays on each side.

The whole pool table is very well-constructed. There are small levels built into the table just under the cushions, wood-inlaid diamonds on the rails, and the already mentioned ball returns. It was re-felted at some point.

Neither the dealer nor I could find any makers name plate or marks of where it came from or who made it.

The dealer guessed it was from the 1920s based on the visual style, but had no definite proof.

Attached are photos show the table with rails raise and lowered, along with details of the lever and other views.

Any help with be appreciated.






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ID a Unique Billiardette-Sized Pool Table

  • Title: ID a Unique Billiardette-Sized Pool Table
  • Author: (David Cook)
  • Published: 2/7/2023 7:09:26 PM
  • Last Updated: 2/7/2023 7:33:53 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)