This exclusive and limited edition piece carries the legendary Belgian’s name with his unique style and class of what Mister Ceulemans is as a player in this community.
Pot Black 1969
In 1969, the BBC launched the Pot Black tournament at the BBC Studios in Birmingham, which proved to be very successful in helping put Snooker back into public view. The BBC began broadcasting in colour and were looking for programmes that could exploit this new technology. The programme was first aired on 23 July 1969, on BBC2. Pot Black and colour television played a large part in the popularisation of the modern game. Pot Black helped transform Snooker from a minority sport with just a handful of professionals into one of the most popular sports in the UK.
In 1875, at the officers’ mess in the Central Provinces, Colonel Sir Neville Francis Fitzgerald Chamberlain invented Snooker. In the 19th century, the sport became quite popular among the British Armed Forces stationed in India...
Trophies have marked victories since ancient times. The word trophy, coined in English in 1550, was derived from the French trophée in 1513, meaning “a prize of war”. A trophy is a tangible, durable reminder of a specific achievement and serves as recognition or evidence of merit. Professionals will often refer to it as silverware.
The game of Snooker grew in the later half of the 19th century and the early 20th century, and by 1927 the first World Snooker Championship had been organised by Joe Davis who, as a professional English Billiards and Snooker player, moved the game from a pastime activity into a more professional sphere...
The Triple Crown is a collective term used for the three most prestigious Snooker tournaments: the World Championship, the UK Championship and the Masters. These tournaments are sometimes also called Snooker’s major tournaments, the big three BBC events, or simply as the big three.
The Chinese Dragon is a Chinese professional Snooker player and the most successful Asian player in the history of the sport... Known as a prolific break-builder, he has compiled more than 450 century breaks in his career including six maximum breaks in professional play...
Snooker is probably the biggest grown worldwide sport in the last 5 years and has the 2nd biggest television ratings of all sports on EUROSPORT television channel. Snooker became more professional and global...
In Snooker, a century break or a ton is a score of 100 points or more within one visit at the table without missing a shot, and requires potting of at least 25 consecutive balls...
The Crucible Theatre (often referred to simply as “The Crucible”) is a theatre built in 1971 in the city centre of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. As well as theatrical performances, it hosts the most prestigious event in professional Snooker, the World Championship.
Snooker is like chess with balls. It is without doubt one of the most mentally challenging sports in the world. We are all fascinated by great players performing on the green baize to a very high standard...
Snookerist Limited Edition
Snooker is like chess with balls. It is without doubt one of the most mentally challenging sports in the world. We are all fascinated by great players performing on the green baize to a very high standard. There is definitely a perceived affinity of the mathematical and geometrical aspects of art with the natural ability and panache these professional players bring to the table.
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Designed for people with a passion for Snooker, this collection honours the history of the sport since its inception in 1875.
The Raymond Ceulemans Collection
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