Recollection Cues

Collectible Cues, Cases & Quality Players


Here is another unusual design for Ariel.  It's an all ebony cue with four points, striking blue and white veneers, blue and white veneered widows in the butt sleeve with a sprinkling of silver notched diamonds and dots throughout.

Ariel makes great playing cues that always look like they're made for serious business.  They have a solid, firm hit with a great balance, and always play great.  This one is no exception.

This is a stunning cue.  He uses four veneers to achieve the striking blue color - white, light blue, royal blue and another white.  Using these to frame the ebony points against the ebony nose creates a beautiful forearm.

He adds one of his most popular ring patterns - two silver rings with elforyn diamonds - and puts them at all locations - above the butt cap, below and above the wrap, at the joint and on the ring collars of the shafts.

He uses the same veneer colors in the butt sleeve, separating the ebony windows from the ebony sleeve.  Again, it creates vibrant effect.

He adds a white elforyn butt cap, with his logo engraved, and a matching eforyn joint.

As always, nice long, sharp points.

I love the way this entire pattern comes together.

He adds a nice Spanish bull leather wrap, in black of course, which is the perfect finish to this beautiful cue.

The silver work is excellent.  It is all highly polished and with movement, shines brightly. 

He engraves his AC logo in the butt cap.  And finally, he builds it with a screw-through rubber bumper that accomodates Predator, and other generic extensions.

It is built with his usual 3/8X10 steel pin in a flat-faced joint.  It is 58 inches long and weighs 19.2 ounces (15,6, 3.6, 3.6).  This cue hits a ton.

It comes with two 13mm shafts of his premium maple, with melamine ferrules and Triangle tips. 

This is not one of Ariel's usual builds.  I can't guarantee it's one of a kind, but it may be.  And you're not likely to find another one like it.