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Dominic Gerard Federal Eagle Pool Table

Eagle Pool Table by Dominic GerardInspired by the Eagle of the United States Federal Reserve, this American Federal Eagle 9-foot pool table by Dominic Gerard. He pays great attention to the very finest of details, therefore maintaining the highest standards of excellence.

The American Federal Eagle pool table is made from premium-grade solid red mahogany and black Italian granite solid side rails with mother of pearl diamond inlays. Beautifully hand-carved Federal Eagles on the bases of the table sit on absolute black granite. The 23 step French Polish Ebony Lacquer de Chine finish makes for the amazing luster of this pool table.

The American Federal Eagle pool table has a matching quartz halogen pool lighting fixture featuring more of the eagle motif and a 12-cue rack which can hold your personalized mother of pearl inlaid cues. This limited edition is just 1 of 100 for $34,750.00

Eagle Pool Table by Dominic GerardEagle Pool Table by Dominic GerardEagle Pool Table by Dominic Gerard

3 comments

Anonymous said... @ May 5, 2014 at 2:36 AM

I wouldn't deal with Dominic Gerard nor any of his companies as he is a scam artist and will defraud you of your money. You will get your first delivery, but then...watch out, the chase begins to find Dominic after he has your money!!!

Anonymous said... @ June 6, 2016 at 8:54 AM

DOMONIC GERARD VERY FAMOUS SCAM ARTIST ON EBAY AND OFF EBAY HE LIST VERSACE FAKE LISTINGS FROM WEBSITE VERSACE AND FOOLING HIS CUSTOMERS.BEWARE HIS ALL COMPANYS WITH LUXURY GROUP AND HIS PARTNERS JOSHUA GRIFFITH AND CINDY BICKHAUS

Anonymous said... @ March 2, 2017 at 2:56 AM

Thats nonsense. I have known the business for years and understand that mans incredible story and battle legally with eBay and Versace. They were the 2 companies that did anything and everything to prevent him from selling authentic products on the internet on Auction....as Versace and ST Dupont put it..its was detrimental to their brands image. Screw the brands image. They paid for the goods and did not like the fact that they auctions their brands stuff for a dollar starting back in 2003 with eLuxuryGroup (Dom and 1000 employees grew to become the 3rd largest seller on eBay). Get your facts right. Jeff Stubbs (US loyal client )

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