A fine sculpture of the snooker player contemplatively chalking the cue whilst study ing the balls and selecting the best possible shot be it to pot the next ball and work out how he would then move on to the next and if possible achieve the maximum score of 147. If no scoring shot is available then to play safe preferably with a snooker.
This figure beautifully observed and suitable for sculpture as it an almost still moment in the player's game. Hand cast and finished by our highly skilled craftsmen using the Thomas & Peters patent Float Bronze methods, it can be patinated should the buyer prefer it in the classic monumental finish which has the added advantage of never having to be polished. The cue is turned from brass, itself a top class example if model engineering.
This beautifully observed sculpture is mounted on a two tier base made from Geen Lakeland Slate which can easily be converted to a perpetual format with space for annual winner's names by adding a 2"/5.5cm moulded mahogany block. Ample space for engraving with up to 55 letters being included in the price.
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