1937 Art Deco Brunswick Paramount Pool Table
Donald Deskey, one of America's most creative and diverse designers, created everything from the Crest toothpaste tube and logo to the interiors of Radio City Music Hall in NYC. He designed for the Brunswick Company in the late 1930's, modernizing the interiors of the billiard halls and bowling alleys to create a more "family friendly" atmosphere. Out of that collaboration came the Paramount pool table, one of the most beautiful Brunswick creations to date. The regulation (4 1/2' by 9' playing size) table has been refinished, and plays and displays beautifully. Flamed maple and exotic Brazilian rosewood compliment the polished copper accents, and the felt has been upgraded. The six pockets are replaced with new leather webbing to insure trouble free use. The table disassembles for shipping, and we have very capable fine arts shippers to handle getting it delivered (at cost). The table includes your color choice of felt – balls, cues, triangle, and chalk.
Depth: 60″ Length: 110″ Height: 32.50″