George wright Full size snooker table For sale in Oak ,with large Ornate turned fluted legs. just £400!

We have a client based in Boston Lincolnshire who wishes to sell their full size snooker table and use the room for another purpose. at just £400 for Quick sale ! BARGAIN .
George wright boston table with long rests and balls

What makes this sale even better is that it has an Iron, a  Brush & cover , scoreboard and all rests , plus a few old cue’s .
George wright boston iron cover scorboard brush

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 .
George wright boston leg fluted large

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 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 .
George wright boston end badge 18 medals
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.