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Showcase of Projects

These are pictures of our completed projects some will show before and after pictures
Others will just be of completed projects depending on the project in question
Brunswick 6 leg Reichelieu
This table was redone for the Upper St. Clair Vol. fire dept. after years of neglect, and sitting between the fire trucks. Before moving to the new station where it got a proper room that this table so rightly deserved. This table was built under patents from 1895 thru 1912. As you can see it is a very well built and crafted with some beautiful inlay work.
Brunswick Saratoga
This table was redone for Saunier-Wilhem Co for them to resell it. It was manufactured under patents from 1892 to 1905. A fairly simple but elegant design but does a have a beauty all its own and would fit into almost any setting. 
Brunswick Saratoga
This is the same type of table as the one above but is quarter sawn oak instead of mahogany.  It was manufactured under patents from 1892 to 1905. A fairly simple but elegant design but does a have a beauty all its own and would fit into almost any setting. This table was a customer's table that was picked up and restored then installed in their home in Ohio.
Brunswick Baby Grand
This table was built in the early 1900's  the patent design was awarded on May 7 1912 and was still found in their catalog in 1916.  It was made of mahogany, in laid designed and richly finished.  The cue rack and accessory draw kept everything you would need close at hand.  This table is a table that has been in a family for three generations here in Pittsburgh Pa. Which we restored to give them many more years of enjoyment!
Brunswick 
This Brunswick table was owned by the family and was restored to its original grandeur then was taken to the sons home in Cape Cod Mass.  It still had all the original thumb screws for the rail converting system used by Brunswick. In a separate box was a complete set of Carmon rails. This rails were kept in the orginial box that we found them in for the son a delivered with the table for his use.  
Brunswick  O G Novelty
 We used two before pictures to show you the damage to the table from being in a damp basement, with water running thru in heavy rains. This table was restore to original appearance including repairing and veneering the legs. It was originally built in the early 1900's The slate still needed clean and the pockets installed
Issac Taylor
This table is in our shop getting restored to our standards. As you can see it is going to be a beautiful table that some lucky person will get to own. They just don't make table like this one any more. If you want more information on it feel free to contact us.
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