1890 Birdseye Popular

This antique pool table was once called “one of the most beautiful billiards tables ever produced,” in an industry publication. Circa 1890s, this model was one of Brunswick’s most popular pool tables. It is gracefully designed with bird’s eye maple with rosewood inlay and rosewood rails with ivory sites. It was restored to match the company’s original craftsmanship and detail, including high-quality leather pockets. It features a cove form body with brackets at each corner and corrugated frame molds, as well as Monarch’s quick acting cushions, which are still considered state-of-the-art today.  A fitted Vermont slate bed rests on a wooden frame more than seven inches thick. Iron bolts run the length of the legs for solidity and balance.

Brunswick Popular 9’

Antique Pool Table

Fairly common as its name implies this antique pool table is Birdseye Maple with inlays of Brazilian Rosewood. A great example coming out of the Seattle area.

Circa 1890s.