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  • The Amaranth

    Circa 1885

    Amaranth -From page 4 of the 1882 J. M. Brunswick & Balke Company catalog:

    This table is furnished as a carom, or pool, or both combined.

    In this era of severe and critical taste in house decoration, many turn from the very ornamental to the plainer and graver styles of furniture. To meet this demand, we have produced the Amaranth, a billiard table with no ornamental inlay except a little upon the headblocks and legs, to relieve the otherwise monotonous appearances of the long, narrow sides of the modern beveled table.

    The frame is of ash and Amaranth panels marked out with moldings. The effect is very rich and the table finds great favor with people whose ideas of correct taste are considered standard. It is a high class piece of cabinet work and we recommend it for fine private parlors.

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