Antique Victorian Pollard Oak Rollover Snooker / Dining Table 19th C

Antique Victorian Pollard Oak Rollover Snooker / Dining Table 19th C


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There is no mistaking the style and sophisticated design of this exquisite and rare English Victorian Pollard Oak revolving ( or rollover ) snooker dining table with score board, circa 1870 in date. Bearing an ivorine label showing the maker to be George Edwards, he was a maker by Royal Appointment and made snooker tables for many important and wealthy clients.

This stunning dining table will stand out in your living or conference room, can comfortably seat eight, and will definitely become one of your most cherished furniture items.

The styles developed throughout the early 19th Century were an extension of the current political situations but also in accordance with the needs of the rising middle class during the industrial revolution. This impressive dining table is exemplary of the late Victorian era, and is made from superb quality mahogany.

The centre of this amazing dining table revolves to reveal a snooker / billiards table, complete with original scoreboard, cues and balls.

This antique table is in superb condition and has been well cared for, each leg has a brass leveller which can be adjusted to ensure that the table is level for playing snooker.

The snooker table baize, cushions, and pockets have been completely refurbished and are in excellent condition, please see the photographs to confirm condition.

Do not miss out on this amazing opportunity to own this rare antique dining/snooker table.


In excellent condition having been beautifully cleaned and polished and the snooker table relined, please see photos for confirmation.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 77 x Width 210 x Depth 126 - Dining table

Height 88 x Width 188 x Depth 101 - Snooker Table

Dimensions in inches:

Height 2 feet, 6 inches x Width 6 feet, 11 inches x Depth 4 feet, 2 inches - Dining table

Height 2 feet, 11 inches x Width 6 feet, 2 inches x Depth 3 feet, 4 inches - Snooker Table

Pollard Oak
Pollarding is a pruning system in which the upper branches of a tree are removed, promoting a dense head of foliage and branches. It has been common in Europe since medieval times and is practised today in urban areas worldwide, primarily to maintain trees at a predetermined height. The bole of the tree, constantly cut back over a period of years, will eventually form a lump, or 'burr', which when sawn for veneer, gives a lovely grained, swirling figure.
The effect is similar to that of burr walnut with its distinctive speckled grain. Burrs, or 'burls', are growths which appear on the side of tree trunks, resulting from a tree undergoing some form of stress. They may be caused by an injury, virus or fungus.
During the 19th century great strides were made in the mechanisation of cabinet making. Marc Isambard Brunel [ Isambard Kingdom's father] built the first steam driven saw mill, and invented a circular saw that could be used to cut veneers thinly and evenly for the first time. He also developed the first hydraulic veneer press. The figured wood cut from burrs and pollards is notoriously difficult to cut and lay: the wild grain which makes it so attractive results in a very delicate, brittle veneer. The new machines enabled the Victorian craftsmen to make the most of these beautiful timbers.


W210.0 x H77.0 x D126.0 cm



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