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Tony Layne Conversion$1,999.00
Here’s a truly great cue. This is a conversion cue by Tony Layne. This was a project cue that Tony did personally for us. It was made from a pre 1945 Willie Hoppe Titlist one piece cue. It is listed in Excellent condition, and not new, only because the butt was played with using another Layne shaft. The shafts are full and un-played. They have Moori Mediums and thick black pads. All the white is natural. The wood is a very dark Rosewood and the color in the points is vibrant. Notice the old school thick .060″ nickel rings in the collars and in the matching joint protectors. It comes with the option of a rubber bumper for safe play on hard floors. We have included lots of pictures of the progression of this cue. Notice the changes that where made along the way. Tony decided to pass on the decal. The wrap selection went from textured black to a dark brown Spanish bull print. A lot of work went into the weight bolt. This cue has a slimmer handle with a the butt cap measuring 1.235″. A pricey upgrade by other cue makers. You don’t see cues like this every day. If you are a conversion enthusiast don’t let this cue get away.
Beautiful Brazilian Rosewood butt sleeve and points into straight grain maple. A no nonsense 4 point Hoppe player by a top tier cue builder. Pete’s cues play amazing. Four veneers; black, red, black, red. All natural ferrules and Hoppe ring. Pete is known as the best with leather wraps and this textured leather wrap is no exception. Great cue. Matching custom joint protectors. Nice price. No two year wait. If you want to treat yourself to something special, here it is.
A cue this Beautiful deserves a name great name. Michael Vollmer referred to this cue as “Brown Sugar.” This is a Cocobolo eight point into intense curly maple. The longer points are re-cuts. All the white in this cue including the ferrules is natural. Just check out the massive graining in the butt cap. Including the “V” in the cap, the butt has a total of 89 inlays. Not to mention the shaft collars having 8 inlays each. The most beautiful part of this cue may just be the shafts. Michael is known for his outstanding shaft work. The wine colored Spanish bull leather wrap has a very soft feel and is a perfect match on this cue. The custom inlaid joint protectors are the perfect way to finish off one of the best looking cues on the market. Michael has definitely cemented his mark as a top tier cue builder. Hear is an opportunity to own one of his very best cues at a great price.
A stunning one-of-a-kind custom cue at an incredible price. All the white inlays, along with stitching on the shaft collars, is all natural material. Including one of the ferrules. The butt cap appears to be camel bone. The points are re-cuts, not veneers. Brand new Kamui soft tips and a new linen wrap. Its hard to catch how truly beautiful this cue is, but the close-ups try to. Comes with custom matching cue caps.
A Dennis Dieckman cue made personally for Korean billiards player In Soo Park. The cue contains Dennis’ trademark Kokopelli Legend designs. Birdseye Maple into Wenge form the elongated butterfly points. A super great price on a truly one of a kind cue.
A very cool looking old school style cue from Brunswick. Tiger Maple forearm with four Cocobolo points and butt. 2 dead-straight shafts make this a very affordable player or collector.
Stunning one of a kind cue. This is a one owner original, custom made to their orders. All sterling silver flowing through ebony. 8 points in both the butt and forearm. Matching joint protectors and beautiful ferrules. With the one extra 30 inch shaft for those who prefer the added length.
A very fine piece from master engraver Bill Schick. Ebony forearm with Amboyna points and butt. All the white is natural including the ferrules and Bill’s signature Griffin joint protectors. The wrap is a very fine thread linen. The detail in the engraving on the butt is the best there is. From top to bottom the condition of this cue is flawless. This is the type of cue that makes Bill a Hall of Fame member. A must have for any serious collector.
A great cue from hall of fame builder Bill Schick. It looks as new as the day it was made. Ebony butt and forearm with amboyna burl wood and white inlays. Beautiful ferrules and Schick’s matching joint protectors. This is a stunning cue at a great price. If you have been looking for a Bill Schick for your collection don’t pass this one by.