Price: $1,079.20   $9.95 shipping

ConditionNew
AvailabilityIn Stock

Product Overview

Similar to the Water Buffalo tip, 13mm proprietary backed tip. Collar is black proprietary plastic with a nickel silver ring. Piloted, polished stainless steel joint. Inlays, Four elongated diamond shaped ivory, twelve small diamond shaped ivory, eight cone shaped ivory, and four diamond shaped ebony inlays.

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Product Features

How it plays - Schon cues have a stiff hit due to the stainless steel piloted joint and shorter taper.

Tip - 13mm proprietary backed tip, hard

Ferrule - Proprietary "Schon" brand, developed to hit like ivory

Shaft - 29" long with a 10" to 12" pro taper, hard rock maple

Collar - Black proprietary plastic with a nickel silver ring

Joint - Polished stainless steel, piloted

Pin - 5/16" 14 pitch, stainless steel

Forearm - Stained birdseye maple with four cocobola points, ebony veneer

Inlays - Four elongated diamond shaped ivory, twelve small diamond shaped ivory, eight cone shaped ivory, and four diamond shaped ebony inlays

Rings - Three cocobola and nickel silver, and two ebony rings

Wrap - Irish linen, black with white specs

Sleeve - Stained birdseye maple with four cocobola windows consisting of sixteen cone shaped ivory, twelve small diamond shaped ivory, and four diamond shaped ebony inlays

Bumper - Black rubber, and is secured by a screw which threads into the weight bolt in the bottom of the cue

Product Details


Schon

Schon Custom Cues came into existence in 1981 and we have been at our Burnham St. location since 1986. We have a miniscule output , sometimes going 2 weeks without actually finishing any cues. I frequently hear the all knowing term "roduction cue" applied to our cues with an implied sneer. The fact is that we are one of the oldest custom cuemakers in the world with a total staff today of 5 people. I personally design, finish and test every cue myself. Everyone here is a full time craftsman, not telemarketers or corporate hypsters. The only thing we do is make cues...Evan Clarke