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SECOND HAND CHARLTON MODEL 9FT BILLIARD TABLE NO 10467

SECOND HAND 9FT CHARLTON MODEL BILLIARD TABLENO 10467 BY ALCOCK THOMSON AND TAYLOR PTY LTD This Table was manufactured in the year 1999, and has since been held by the original owner.The show timbers are in a Walnut finish. We now offer Table No 10467 for sale with:• New moulded rubber cushions• New Strachan 6811 West of […]

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SECOND HAND FEDERAL MODEL 9FT BILLIARD TABLE NO 11893

SECOND HAND 9FT FEDERAL MODEL BILLIARD TABLENo. 11893 BY ALCOCK THOMSON & TAYLOR PTY LTD The family who purchased this table in 2005 have had brilliant fun with it, but now it’s time for it to go to another home. To be ready for its next life Table No 11893 is being fitted with: • New Moulded rubber […]

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REVOLVING CUE STAND WITH JACOBEAN PILLARS

The Victorian Gold Rushes of the 1850s provided a foundation for rising prosperity in the city of Melbourne. This affluence led to a significant number of Melbourne citizens acquiring a Full Size Alcock Billiard Table for use in their homes. And the Billiard Table, a useful item providing pleasure and recreation, developed into a handsome domestic […]

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ANTIQUE CANTED LEG MODEL FULL-SIZE BILLIARD TABLE NO 1848 FROM TRAWALLA

Trawalla, one of Melbourne‘s most spectacular Victorian Toorak mansions, was originally built in 1867 /1868 and greatly extended in 1885. Much later, it was subject to an absolutely remarkable renovation during the earliest years of this century. At the centre of the home there is a truly magnificent Billiard Room, complete with high clerestory window and […]

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RE-FURBISHED CHARLTON MODEL 10 FT BILLIARD TABLE NO 11248

Note: The photograph shows a Charlton model but is not No.11248 Originally manufactured in 2002 Now ready to provide a new owner with many enjoyable years Table No 11248 is now presented with: Recently renewed English Trufast moulded rubber cushions New  Strachan 6811 fine grade West of England cloth Italian Slate bed surface re checked and adjusted Show woodwork […]

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ALCOCK & CO BARREL LEG MODEL FULL SIZE BILLIARD TABLE NO 6030

(PLEASE NOTE:  The photograph shows a Barrel Leg model billiard table:  it DOES NOT SHOW TABLE NO 6030) The Barrel Leg Model Table was originally developed by Alcock & Co during the first few years of the 20th Century. In our opinion Table No 6030 would have been made during the early years of the Sturt Street, […]

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Alcock & Co 1883 Advertisement

Alcocks were represented in their early years in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Wellington and London, among other locations. This c1883 advertisement from the Illustrated Sydney News for Alcock & Co’s NSW Agent John Gardyne of 105 Pitt Street Sydney shows a shield displaying medals won by Alcock & Co in international exhibitions, surrounded by […]

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1904 Victorian Amateur Billiard Championship Trophy

Alcocks presented this Sheffield silver plate serving tray as the winner’s prize for the first Victorian Amateur Billiard Championship held at Alcocks Elizabeth St showrooms in August and September 1904. The winner of the trophy was Edwin Jacoby who defeated Charles Cock 750-635 in the final; highest break of the tournament was 79 by Cock […]

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Trawalla Billiard Room

Trawalla, a heritage listed two storey Italianate stuccoed brick mansion at 22 Lascelles Avenue Toorak, contains a very fine billiard room at the centre of the house featuring a soaring clerestory roof, elegant proportions, a marble mantlepiece and delicate plasterwork decoration. The centrepiece of the room is an antique Alcocks Squatters Favourite full-size billiard table […]

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40 years at Alcocks for Tim Lowe

Alcocks marks 40 years since master craftsman Tim Lowe joined the company as an apprentice on February 4th 1981. While learning the skills of a billiard table maker and mechanic including woodworking, billiard table design, manufacture and finishing, in 1982 Tim began creating a miniature (36″ by 18″) Duke of Edinburgh billiard table as an […]

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