These wonderful convertible tables were developed in the UK around 1880's and were designed to bring snooker & pool into the home, soon these were in many dining rooms, some being rarely used for formal dining.

 

These tables are extremely popular because of the dual purpose facility. They were also manufactured with a dual-height mechanism - one height for playing the other for dining. These tables come in five sizes:- 5ft (152 x 76 cm), 6 ft (183 x 91.5 cm), 7 ft (214 x 107 cm), 8 ft (244 x 122 cm) and 9 ft (274 x 137cm.

 

All games can be played on these tables ie pool, snooker, billiards. It was essential that these tables were manufactured with a slate bed playing surfaces. Rollover dinning tables were also produced around this time.

This game can also referred to as Russian Billiards and is thought to have derived from Bagatelle. The game was very popular and was mainly played in clubs and pubs in the UK, a Bar Billiard League and Association was formed.

 

The game is played on a slate Bar Billiard Table - playing from one end only and using 9 holes, plus a set skittles or mushroom shaped skittles in front of some of the holes. These tables have a unique built in timer and is normally coin operated by a slot mechanism - each game is timed for around 15 minutes.

 

These were manufactured by some of our top makers, such as Jelks & Sons, Padmore, Burroughes & Watts, Sam's and E J Riley.

This game can also referred to as Russian Billiards and is thought to have derived from Bagatelle. The game was very popular and was mainly played in clubs and pubs in the UK, a Bar Billiard League and Association was formed.

 

The game is played on a slate Bar Billiard Table - playing from one end only and using 9 holes, plus a set skittles or mushroom shaped skittles in front of some of the holes. These tables have a unique built in timer and is normally coin operated by a slot mechanism - each game is timed for around 15 minutes.

 

These were manufactured by some of our top makers, such as Jelks & Sons, Padmore, Burroughes & Watts, Sam's and E J Riley.

This game can also referred to as Russian Billiards and is thought to have derived from Bagatelle. The game was very popular and was mainly played in clubs and pubs in the UK, a Bar Billiard League and Association was formed.

 

The game is played on a slate Bar Billiard Table - playing from one end only and using 9 holes, plus a set skittles or mushroom shaped skittles in front of some of the holes. These tables have a unique built in timer and is normally coin operated by a slot mechanism - each game is timed for around 15 minutes.

 

These were manufactured by some of our top makers, such as Jelks & Sons, Padmore, Burroughes & Watts, Sam's and E J Riley.

This game can also referred to as Russian Billiards and is thought to have derived from Bagatelle. The game was very popular and was mainly played in clubs and pubs in the UK, a Bar Billiard League and Association was formed.

 

The game is played on a slate Bar Billiard Table - playing from one end only and using 9 holes, plus a set skittles or mushroom shaped skittles in front of some of the holes. These tables have a unique built in timer and is normally coin operated by a slot mechanism - each game is timed for around 15 minutes.

 

These were manufactured by some of our top makers, such as Jelks & Sons, Padmore, Burroughes & Watts, Sam's and E J Riley.

This game can also referred to as Russian Billiards and is thought to have derived from Bagatelle. The game was very popular and was mainly played in clubs and pubs in the UK, a Bar Billiard League and Association was formed.

 

The game is played on a slate Bar Billiard Table - playing from one end only and using 9 holes, plus a set skittles or mushroom shaped skittles in front of some of the holes. These tables have a unique built in timer and is normally coin operated by a slot mechanism - each game is timed for around 15 minutes.

 

These were manufactured by some of our top makers, such as Jelks & Sons, Padmore, Burroughes & Watts, Sam's and E J Riley.

This game can also referred to as Russian Billiards and is thought to have derived from Bagatelle. The game was very popular and was mainly played in clubs and pubs in the UK, a Bar Billiard League and Association was formed.

 

The game is played on a slate Bar Billiard Table - playing from one end only and using 9 holes, plus a set skittles or mushroom shaped skittles in front of some of the holes. These tables have a unique built in timer and is normally coin operated by a slot mechanism - each game is timed for around 15 minutes.

 

These were manufactured by some of our top makers, such as Jelks & Sons, Padmore, Burroughes & Watts, Sam's and E J Riley.

This game can also referred to as Russian Billiards and is thought to have derived from Bagatelle. The game was very popular and was mainly played in clubs and pubs in the UK, a Bar Billiard League and Association was formed.

 

The game is played on a slate Bar Billiard Table - playing from one end only and using 9 holes, plus a set skittles or mushroom shaped skittles in front of some of the holes. These tables have a unique built in timer and is normally coin operated by a slot mechanism - each game is timed for around 15 minutes.

 

These were manufactured by some of our top makers, such as Jelks & Sons, Padmore, Burroughes & Watts, Sam's and E J Riley.

There are many different types of billiards under the carom billiards umbrella, such games include 

  • artistic billiards

  • balkline and straight rail

  • cushion caroms

  • four-ball

  • three-cushion billiards.