J. E. Came "Grecian"
During the Golden Age of Billiards, every small city had their billiard maker and larger cities might have several. In Boston, J. Magann, Oliver Briggs, J. W. Goodman, Goodman-Leavitt-Yatter, and of course J. E. Came, come to mind.
Regional characteristic developed, I imagine as workers moved from one factory to another. A good example of this is the Black diamond rail sight used by both Briggs and Came.
From what I have seen, Oliver Briggs and J. E. Came appear to have been the major Boston makers. Over the span of their existence, J. E. Came produced tables across the whole spectrum of plain to elaborate and some of the most fantastic tables I have seen have been from J. E. Came.
massive corner block in cabinet
serial # on brass pocket irons & cabinet