Billiard Balls

Drawing comparing billiard ball dimensions from Russian Kaisa, Carom, American, English, Snooker

Billiard balls come in different sizes and designs that vary by game type. Traditionally, billiard balls were made from elephant ivory, but are commonly made from phenolic resin today.

Billiard balls range in diameter from the largest in Russian pyramid and kaisa at 2 11/16” (68 mm) to the smallest in Snooker 2 1/16” (52.5 mm). Other variations of billiard ball sizes are Carom at 2 7/16” (61.5 mm), American-style at 2 1/4” (57 mm), and British-style at 2 3/16” (56 mm).

What are pool balls made of?
Pool balls today are typically made from phenolic resin, though pool balls in the past were made from elephant ivory.

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Height: 
2.06"-2.69" | 52.5-68 mm (Diameter)
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Diameter (Russian kaisa): 2 11/16” | 68 mm
Diameter (Carom): 2 7/16” | 61.5 mm
Diameter (American): 2 1/4” | 57 mm
Diameter (British): 2 3/16” | 56 mm
Diameter (Snooker): 2 1/16” | 52.5 mm
Material: Phenolic resin

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Billiard Ball sizes: Russian Kaisa, Carom, American, English, Snooker

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Billiard sports, also known as cue sports, are an assortment of games played on cloth-covered billiards (or pool) tables with a cue stick and billiard balls. Covering a range of play types and styles, cue sports can be categorized in three general types: Pool, Snooker, and Carom billiards.