Need help identifying pool table

Purehoney234

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We inherited a pool table with our current home and I can’t find anything that indicates the manufacturer of this table. I’ve checked the sides, top, and bottom thoroughly. The only thing distinguishing is that the pockets have a rose insignia on them. It is a standard 9 foot table. Does anyone happen to know what it might be?
 

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AzB Silver Member
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We inherited a pool table with our current home and I can’t find anything that indicates the manufacturer of this table. I’ve checked the sides, top, and bottom thoroughly. The only thing distinguishing is that the pockets have a rose insignia on them. It is a standard 9 foot table. Does anyone happen to know what it might be?

Uh, an image might help.
 

DelawareDogs

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While we're at it, can someone please help me identify this car?
 

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Purehoney234

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Here is the table
 

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Ghosst

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Looks like a Prescott by Connelly Billiards, part of the Plateau Collection.
 

Purehoney234

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The symbol on the pockets appears to be different than the Prescott model. Does that change the likelihood of it being the same? And is there any way to know for sure who the manufacturer is without identification? Is there any obscure place on the table I should be looking that I might have missed? Go easy on me guys, I know nothing about billiards. I just want this one identified and sold :)
 

hang-the-9

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The symbol on the pockets appears to be different than the Prescott model. Does that change the likelihood of it being the same? And is there any way to know for sure who the manufacturer is without identification? Is there any obscure place on the table I should be looking that I might have missed? Go easy on me guys, I know nothing about billiards. I just want this one identified and sold :)

Don't count on getting much for it, you are better of just learning to play and enjoy having it.
 
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