Well only on for less than 24 hours and already sold to a client I knew who was after something a bit special at a good price .
the table is stopping in Leicestershire too , so not far for the buyer and seller to arrange delivery .
We have a deep arched framed oak Orme and sons , what we would describe as an Arts and Crafts design dating from around 1920s to 1930s years .
The table is in oak and made by the famous Manchester firm of Orme & sons .
As you can see this leg design is unique to orme & sons and reminds me of a table I once worked on in the late Maurice gibbs Home near Esher London .
deep frame work and arch embellishments all in solid oak , the polish is in very good condition .
The cloth is not it is badly faded due to sunlight .
this table is very imposing design of the arts and crafts era .
End view of table .
Welsh slates are original to the table .
Slate thickness bang on 2 inch , very heavy slates to handle .
Score board that is with the table .
there are some x rests but no long tackle rests
a scoreboard and brush .
a set of balls
and a couple of cues and cue rack
there may be some rest extenders and cue extender with the table , I think this is why no long tackle .
the table is a private sale and is stored in Leicester Forest west very close to junction 21 of M1 .
my client is asking for £1000 for the table as it is and described .
I will pass on your details to the seller .
if anyone would like a quote to deliver and fit the table please also inquire .