Beginning in October, Brunswick Billiards is going to start producing replicas of the company’s Exposition Novelty Table from 1878. Brunswick, an iconic pool table manufacturer founded by a Cincinnati carriage maker in 1845, is reproducing this stop-and-take-notice classic in honor of the company’s 165th anniversary. The Exposition Novelty Table, an award-winner in its day, embodies sophisticated nineteenth-century refinement with the aesthetic of the then largely untamed American West. It sits on beveled legs of solid white oak and is adorned with a variety of richly grained veneers, brass rosettes, and rail sights made from Asian water buffalo bone. Brunswick will make only 25 of these exquisite 9-foot-long tables and each carries the hefty pricetag of $39,999 – and for that price they include a matching cue stick and cue rack.