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Tremont Billiard Table

from Brunswick Contender Series

Great Price: $2,300

Sale Price: $2,170

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With its classic profile, arched baseframe, carved corners, and solid wood ball and claw legs, the Tremont embodies all the design characteristics of the quintessential pool table. It also embodies Brunswick’s legendary construction, including 1-1/2" thick solid wood rails with Centennial™ rubber cushions and 1" framed premium slate.

 

170 YEARS OF INNOVATION

THE MOST STORIED BRAND IN BILLIARDS

It's a name known all over the world for quality and craftsmanship. Brunswick Billiards has been a leading influence in recreational products for 170 years. Founded by John Moses Brunswick, the company grew into a global brand that has endured the tests of time. The story of Brunswick is the story of America – its growth and the dreams it represents. Explore the company's heritage and history through the website below, which demonstrates the innovations of the past with an eye on the future.

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Table size: 8ft 

Finishes Available: Chestnut & Espresso                            

Leg Options: Ball & Claw & Tapered 

Rail Sights: Diamond-Shaped White Pearlized

Pockets: Shield

Base Frame Construction
Exterior Style

  • Made from superior engineered wood material with selected veneered hardwoods
  • Assembled using high-torque bolted construction, and state-of-the-art heavy gauge steel fastening systems for rock solid performance

Brunswick Billiard Tables Warranty

Brunswick Billiards ("Brunswick") hereby warrants that its billiards tables will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the table. The lifetime warranty is effective for all Brunswick Billiard table purchases as long as the table is owned by the original owner ("Owner"), and manufactured after January 1888.