He re-christened it Ping-Pong. This Jaques Ping-Pong bat is the finest available. The Ping pong Bat bat from Jaques is coated with natural Caoutchouc 809 superfast I.T.T.F (International table tennis federation) ping pong bat rubber. The Jaques Ultra lightweight Hinoki ping pong blade is hand crafted. The Superb Ping Pong Bat handle is assembled with a hand shaped anatomic handle for superb feel. A Superb Jaques Ping Pong BatPower 25Control 25Spin 25
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Product Code: 66680. The Profile Elan is one of the finest Ping Pong Bats from the most Famous Ping Pong Company in the world. It comes as no surprise to learn that the one indoor game, which the athletic JJ III spearheaded, was an active one: Ping-Pong (or "Table Tennis" as it later become known as in the UK and Europe).
In additional to Table Tennis tables, Jaques also offer Table Tennis bats, Ping Pong balls, nets and everything else you need to play the game, whether you are a hobbyist or a professional. Our Table Tennis equipment is used at many competitions throughout the world and it's easy to see why. With Jaques uncompromising approach to quality and the history we have with the game, we remain the first choice for players around the world.
This beautiful Set Contains two exact recreations of the very first Ping Pong Bats Made by Jaques of London in 1901. The Bats use a solid wooden frame and handle and are steam bent, finally they are covered with the finest grade vellum which is glued and hand stitched into place exactly as it was in 1901 The Post Set uses solid brass clamps and ...
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Around 1898 the English sports company John Jaques & Son were manufacturing the first table tennis sets and popularising the game. They used rackets (bats / paddles) with velum stretched over an outer casing (similar to a small drum) attached to a handle.
John Jaques Table Tennis Bat Rubber Rare Vintage Yamatai All Round Ping Pong NWT. $34.55 + $13.81 shipping + $13.81 shipping + $13.81 shipping.
Steve Grant (Ping Pong Fever, 2012, USA) found mention of one James Devonshire (ENG), who John Jaques claimed invented Table Tennis in a 1901 interview published in The Echo. Subsequently Alan Duke found in The Official Journal of the Patent Office that: Devonshire applied for a Patent on October 9, 1885 for his “Table Tennis”.
Originally marketed by Jaques as 'Gossima', it attracted little attention from the public. However, John Jaques III saw the potential in the game, and rechristened it Ping Pong, after the noise the balls make during a game.