In the 1920s, the New York City bar scene was largely made up of pool halls stocked with tables. It was during this time that a small family business called Blatt Billiards emerged. Blatt sold hand-crafted pool cues and billiards balls, and also serviced tables at many New York area pool halls.
By the 1960s, pool halls had fallen out of fashion, and Blatt’s core business model changed. The company began purchasing beautiful vintage pool tables from former pool halls, then restoring and reselling them.
Blatt continued to expand by creating new tables using a combination of new and old equipment, including several tools made by hand. The results speak for themselves: one-of-a-kind tables that represent the highest level of craftsmanship and quality.
The fourth generation family business continues to thrive to this day. Blatt is widely known as the top tier manufacturer of pool tables, and they cater to an elite group of famous and wealthy clients with an appreciation for detail.
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