Recollection Cues

Collectible Cues, Cases & Quality Players


Here is a very pretty and traditional four point cue from Cory Barnhart.  It's made with a cocobolo butt sleeve and points, into a handsome nose of hard rock maple.  This is a brand new cue straight from Cory's shop, and will make someone a wonderful everyday player.

The butt sleeve is finished with a Hoppe-style ring of white LBM with an ebony ring with inlaid silver dots on either side.  Below that is a black phenolic cap for durability.

The cocobolo in this stick is really pretty, and it shows very well in the points, framed with colorful, bright veneers.

The veneer colors are white, silver, red and black, which are all separated with black paper.  Technically speaking, you have six or seven layers of veneer here.

As usual, he signs the cue under the finish on the butt cap.

This luscious cocobolo, framed by these appealing veneers, results in a stunning cue.

As always, all the work in this cue is typical Barnhart ... just about perfect in every way.

Above and below the handle, he adds a black ring that frames the pretty textured black leather wrap.  It's a nice touch that really gives the cue a finished look.

I love the veneer work in this stick.  It's really eye-catching.

As always, his points are super sharp, long and even.

He's been making a lot of his shafts out of Keelwood lately.  If you're not familiar with them, they are very stiff and solid and seriously reduce reflection.  They play very similar to carbon fiber shafts, but have a bit more "feel" to them.  This one comes with two of them, both just a hair under 13mm, without ferrules and using just a thin black pad under the layered tip.

It is built with a brass radial pin in a flat-faced joint.  It weighs 18.9 ounces, and is 58-1/2 inches long.  This cue is priced right, by one of the best cue makers around, and a superb playing cue.