Images just added of this convertible oak billiards dining table by Riley. This is a 7ft oak table, with turned and fluted legs. Circa 1940’s, with the original Rise and Fall mechanism, and lifting handles to change from dining height to playing height. Removable dining leaves.
Full details and images here: Convertible oak billiards dining table B808
Just arrived, this antique mahogany rollerboard scorer.
By the makers Cox and Yeman, this large scoreboard is circa 1895. Full restoration is included in the price. View full details here:
Brass chalk cups from an antique snooker dining table restoration. The cups fit to the underside of the snooker table to hold the chalk.
Just added today, a Riley convertible snooker dining table, in walnut, 8ft playing size.
This table easily converts from snooker/billiards table to a dining table.
For more images, please click here: Riley 8ft convertible snooker diner B805
A single-stem French style cue stand is just one of the fantastic items we are adding to the website this week. Please click on Latest Stock to see all of our latest arrivals.
Photos added today of this convertible 8ft snooker diner. The table is mahogany, by Riley. Removable dining table leaves easily convert this from a playing table to dining table.
Full details here:8ft mahogany snooker dining table by Riley.
Images just added of this Arts and Crafts style, Riley full size snooker table. The Riley Imperial is an oak full size table.
Fantastic 9ft table just arrived.
By Geo Spencer & Sons this is a rare table with unusual carvings. Suitable for snooker or pool.
More details here:
A Happy New Year to customers old and new.
January has got off to a busy start. We will be adding our latest stock to the website in the next week or so. Watch this space.
New for 2019:
This year we will be adding a Vintage Home category to the website, where you can find all manner of interesting and decorative items! Coming early 2019.
Have you heard of the Just A Card Campaign?
This week we’ve been taking part in Just A Card Indie Week. Spreading the word about fabulous, small, creative, businesses.
The JUST A CARD campaign aims to encourage people to buy from Designer/Makers and Independent Galleries and Shops by reinforcing the message that all purchases, however small, even ‘just a card’ are so vital to the prosperity and survival of small businesses.
Read more about the campaign here: Just A Card
In keeping with the spirit of the JUST A CARD campaign, a quick shout out for one of our favourite independent artists:
Check out Jon’s website for some truly stunning, original paintings. jonathanmansfieldart.com
Forget Black Friday, support INDIE FRIDAY instead!