London, South Kensington
27 November 2007
AN EDWARDIAN OAK SNOOKER OR BILLIARDS CABINET
BY ORME & SONS, MANCHESTER, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
The panelled doors with copper mounts, the fitted interior with cue holders, scoreboard with ivory markers, two drawers enclosing recesses for balls and a cupboard, the scoreboard with gilt heightened inscription 'Orme & Sons Ltd'
70in. (178cm.) high; 49¼in. (125cm.) wide; 15½in. (39.5cm.) deep
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