(M625) 7ft E J Riley Mahogany Convertible Diner
7ft E. J. Riley Mahogany Convertible Snooker Dining Table
Hamilton presents another stunning example of Victorian Craftsmanship with this fine 7ft Mahogany convertible diner made by the esteemed E J Riley Circa 1910.
E J Riley was one of the largest manufacturers of billiard tables in England and was synonymous for over a century around the globe with the games of pool and snooker. Its proud heritage dates back to 1878, when entrepreneur Edward John Riley walked out of his job in a local bank and turned his passion for cricket, tennis and billiards into his lifetime’s work.
This handsome table stands proud on 4 beautifully turned and fluted legs and is finished with co-ordinated cushion buttons, resulting in an impressive dark wood centre piece which would lend a regal air to any room. The convertible diner comes complete with a solid, 1-piece slate bed and invisible pocket plates making an ideal snooker or pool table.
- Turned and fluted legs
- Cushion buttons
- Invisible pocket plates
- Seats 8-10 people comfortably
- 1 piece slate
Playing details: 7' x 3' 6" (214cm x 107cm)
Dining size: 7'6" x 4' (229cm x 122cm)
Ideal room size:15ft x 11ft 6" (457cm x 350cm)
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