THIS TABLE is now For Sale please make an Offer for it .
You can collect the already dismantled and wrapped table your self of we can quote for delivery
We have just undertaken a job to dismantle and store on site in our clients Garage , a full size Burroughs and watts Snooker table
The client wished to convert the very large snooker room to the New Kitchen after some pressure from His wife .
As you can see the table takes up very little room in our clients Garage , the long sides are stored to the right of this photo on top of a cabinet ,
but as you can see slate and even the shade is tightly and neatley stored into a small area in the corner of the Garage
The table during it’s dismantle , we buy very large rolls of bubble wrap for this type of work .
The slates coming off the frame and pivoted onto a Piano trolley , having moved these types of slate bed tables for over 39 years ,you may notice I say pivot the slate rather than lift it
Lifting the full weight of slate should never be done if you can help it .Always lean and pivot off and also when you put the slate back on off the trolley .
This table is also now up for sale as Offers , it will require a full re-cover and also a re-rubber , it is a Burroughs and watts but is NOT the steel cushioned type of table .
Location of table is Sutton in Ashfield near Mansfield Nottingham .
The table before dismantle
This table has very nice turned legs , the polish is in good condition , the frame is a ridgidus frame , this means it has cross bearers along each slate joint and the two center legs are closer together , the spacing between the legs are greater from end leg to middle .
this table was originally purchased from sir William Bentley Billiards , a firm that charges top money for their tables , our client knows the current state of the market and is willing to listen to sensible offers , he knows he will not get anywhere near what he paid for the table , my thoughts are , the table is in good condition polish wise and that saves any person the expense of refurbishing the woodwork , but expect to pay for a re-cover and re-rubber the cloth is well worn and the rubber is dead.