the table is one of the large turned fluted leg George wright tables with an early Ivory George wright badge for 18 medals and rare to find in Oak , maybe one in every 100 was oak the other 99 where normally made in Mahogany .
The table is open to inspection , but please do not insult the sellers this table is worth every penny of £400 .
GCL Billiards would be Happy to Quote for dismantle and delivery for you , just let me have your post code and if any stairs are involved , also if you just require storing or putting back up , and any work like re-rubber and re-cover etc .
Contact Geoff at email@example.com for Contact details of the seller , and He will pass on your details to the seller too .
This is a true opportunity to snap up a Bargain , George Wright was a top end billiards table manufacturer , and made some very sturdy well built tables , that took a good slice of the table market up , even outselling Thurston and burroughes and watts in their day , George wright received a Royal Warrant from Edward VII , who replaced his mothers ( Queen Victoria ) Thurston billiard table in Buckingham Palace , and he also had George wright replace many other Billiard tables around the royal households , such was George wright favoured by Edward , only a few escaped replacement the only table I think he he did not replace was the Burroughs and watts table in Osborne house.
George Wright founded in 1868 , and this table is from Circa 1894 , we can date this from the 18 medal badge on the end cushion as by 1902 they had 21 medals badges being fitted , so only a small window for the 18 badge plates to be attached to the end cushion .
the 1894 badge , they had the royal warrant from then Prince Edward , by 1902 Victoria had passed away and the full HM King coat of arms replaced the left hand Prince of wales Feathers.
you can get some better information from this E A Clare site link below about George Wrights History and what happened to them
Above site link with thanks to Peter Ainsworth ( historian) and Peter Clare of E A clare and Sons.