Over the last ten years I have had the honor of traveling throughout the United States to assemble my custom made pool tables in many wonderful homes. Each table has been handcrafted in my studio in southern Maine with input in design and material from the buyer. Once the tables are complete I disassemble them […]
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Entries by Howard Hatch
Billiards Digest, one of America’s most well known and respected billiards magazines, interviewed me as a designer of custom pool tables. This article gave Hatch Billiards exposure to a new group of customers: People who are serious about the game and want to see the latest designs in pool tables and accessories.
Future champion, Roger, playing under a custom Hatch Billiards light fixture. He’s enjoying playing, practicing and he turned 11 yesterday, I gave him a new adam break cue. We cannot find competitions for youth around this area but keep looking for some place some time. And let you know one day when he won some matches. […]
Hatch Billiards was included in an article on the evolution of billiards and billiards tables in the October, 2011 issue of the magazine, Robb Report Collection, “the leading authority on the luxury life style.” One of today’s most respected billiards table designers, Howard Hatch offers engaging insights into the state of contemporary billiards table design. […]
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- Arch Pool TableJanuary 1, 2015 - 1:20 am
The arch with its keystone construction is a symbol of strength which will last through the ages. This table was originally designed to go into a house with many exposed arched beams. It is a classic design which has fitted nicely into rustic, classic and contemporary homes.
The base is made of cherry and the rails are cocobolo. Available in a large selection of woods.
- Ovoid Trestle Pool TableJanuary 1, 2015 - 1:19 am
This table is a strong contemporary statement. I needed a trestle style table to accommodate a client who wanted his pool table to due double-duty as a dining table. His home was full of art and he looked at the red rocks of Sedona.
This base is made of rosewood and curly maple and the rails are cherry.
- Deca Pool TableJanuary 1, 2015 - 1:18 am
The legs are made like a 10 sided barrel. Rails made of Cocobolo, base made of Mahogany.