Brunswick Alexandria Pool Table

Circa 1910-1915  9' Brunswick Alexandria Pool Table - $18,500
*Delivered and Installed (see delivery and installation fees)


Brunswick Alexandria Gallery

This is an absolutely beautiful 9' Brunswick Alexandria pool table.  This table was completely restored back to it's original condition.  We took special care to preserve the original wood and finish on the majority of the table.  These tables are fairly rare and highly sought after.  The leather pocket were completly rebuilt using the original techniques.

This table is the more desirable 6-legged model, and has a lot of unique inlaid veneer work around the table.  The majority of the table is finished with Circassian Walnut with Black Holly and Mother of Pearl inlays.  Brunswick catalogs from the day describe the table as having Jumbo framework, meaning it's very heavy and substantial.  The legs are Jumbo style as well.

If you're looking for the perfect centerpiece for your game room, then this is for you.

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More background on the 9' Brunswick Alexandria Pool Table from the Brunswick Library below:

Alexandria - 6 Leg
Physical Description9 Pro options (50" x 100" Playfield) 
Slate: 3 pc. 1" framed, Optional 1 1/2"Length (in):
Width (in):Weight (lbs):2265
Leg Center Length (in):Leg Center Width (in):

10 Foot options (56" x 112" Playfield) 
Slate: 3 pc. 1" framed, Optional 1 1/2"Length (in):
Width (in):Weight (lbs):2760
Leg Center Length (in):Leg Center Width (in):

Color Options: Circassian Walnut with black holly and pearl inlay
CollectionBrunswick
SummaryTechnical Information: From page 40 of the 1912 Carom and Pocket Tables Catalogue of the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. 
The Alexandria (with six legs): Is a strikingly handsome and substantial billiard table. A table that will lend tone to any billiard room. Massive, rich and in strictly good taste. The billiard experts of 50 to 60 years ago were just as energetic, painstaking and capable as those of today. They could not get the scores of the present time simply because the tables and equipment were lacking these little niceties that have been added by us from time to time to bring about the high state of perfection that characterizes our billiard and pocket billiard tables and which has kept them in the lead of all other makes for many years. The Alexandria combines all of these prime requisites with a style that cannot be surpassed. The magnificent design marks an era in the highest class of billiard table construction and ornamentation. It carries a suggestion of the classic Greek and ancient Egyptian, touching a period when the Oriental splendor of luxurious Alexandria bid fair to out-rival the more classic tones and studied effects characterizing the era when Athens claimed the right to school the world in literature and art. The severely plain in furniture is now giving way to the lighter and more artistic coloring effects of inlaid decoration. Design patent awarded June 22, 1909. Manufactured under various other patents awarded from 1892 to 1905.
Also available in a combination table.
Wood and Finish: Circassian Walnut with black holly and pearl inlay. 
Construction: This table has what is known in our factory as the Jumbo framework, which means that it is unusually heavy and substantial. The upper part of the side and end sections of the body are 7 7/8" thick x 15 1/2" tapering to 1 3/4" thick at the bottom. The ornamental blocks have a projection of 5 7/8" x 4 7/8" and 3" thick. The sides are compound construction, being tongued and grooved and glued, the exterior being reinforced with two-ply veneer placed in an alternate run of grain. Cross stretchers 1 3/4" thick x 9" bolted to 2" reinforcing blocks making a rigid bridge work. End stretchers 1 3/4" thick x 5 1/2". Legs 9" square at bottom x 8" at top, capped by a 3" block, bringing them flush with the top of frame, to which they are secured by bolts and screws. They are built up in compound construction, tongued and grooved, doweled and reinforced by corner blocks, double cross veneered and rigidly built into end frame work of body. The wood construction is all of the very best quality, cabinet made and put together in a most thorough manner. All joints made close and secure and all mitres absolutely accurate. Joints tongued and grooved, strongly doweled and glued or screwed firmly together. All corners and edges made perfectly smooth and true. 
Cushion Rails: 4 1/4" x 2" thick, compound construction built up of various kinds of hardwoods of different grain to insure strength and durability. Invisible cushion bolts covered by what is known as Blind Cushion Rails, made in several thicknesses of material placed in an alternate run of grain with fancy figured veneer on the exterior. Inlaid with black holly. Cap rails 7/8" thick x 2 3/4" wide. Rosewood tops 1/4" thick, solid rosewood corners. Ivory diamond sights. Inlaid metal fancy name plate. Eight rail bolts on each side and 4 on each end.
Slate bed: Best quality Vermont slate, 3 pieces to the set. All joints secured with brass dowels and sockets, with no screw holes in playing surface. Regulation slate 1" thick reinforced with wood frame. Can be furnished special when so ordered with slate 1 1/2" thick. Hardwood trim at pocket openings. 
Cushions: The cushions, unless otherwise specified, are our celebrated No. 1845 Match Game, perfect angle Monarch. These cushions are made in our own rubber factory at Muskegon, Michigan, from a secret formula used exclusively by us. Our guarantee as to their accuracy of angle, speed and durability is evidenced by the nameplate countersunk in the top of the cushion rail.

Pockets: The pocket irons are No. 5 style which are countersunk in the ends of the cushion rails by means of a brass socket. Black cover leathers are reinforced at point of contact, giving extra durability. Best quality red trimming leather and green fringe. No. 10 first grade green worsted pocket nets.