Recollection Cues

Collectible Cues, Cases & Quality Players


This is one of Jerry's most popular designs.  Known for the artistic look to his cues, along with his top of the line silver work, his cues always have a designer look.  This one has a bit of an art deco look to it, and it is always quick to get everyone's attention.

He's made this design a number of times, varying the color of the wood in the points.  This one, using some very pretty curly maple stained in red, may be the prettiest of all.

As with all of Jerry's sticks, the best thing about them is their great hit.  It is consistently soft and solid, and when you first pick up one of his cues you just don't want to put it down.  It's unplayed and in mint condition.

The name of this great design comes from, of course, the way the traditional points are "interrupted" by sweeping arcs of silver.  And when viewed as an entire cue, it comes together perfectly.

Ebony cues have a feel all of their own, and this one is no exception.  Made from dark, black Gabon ebony, it plays as nice as it looks.

I love the way the arcs of silver sweep out from seemingly under the white ring, like small fountains of silver.

The overall look of the stick is enhanced by the addition of a classy black, lightly textured leather wrap, applied virtually seamlessly the way only Jerry can do.

The red stained curly maple points are long and even, virtually disappearing into the ebony nose.

I especially like the way Jerry "frames" his handles with wide white LBM rings. 

He builds it with his always-present 3/8X10 modified steel pin in a flat-faced, wood to wood joint.  He adds his own hard maple low-deflection shafts for the best playing possible. 

I've always liked Jerry's cues.  They hit well, and they are very consistent in how they play.  He doesn't vary the way he makes his sticks ... he's not always experimenting trying something new.  He's a very good player himself and knows how he likes a stick to play, and builds them that way.

This stick comes with one shaft with an LBM ferrule, and weighs 19.1 ounces.  However, to add a little extra value, I'm including another original McWorter shaft that is a bit older (but still new) that is about a 1/4" different in length with a different LBM ferrule.  Both are just under 13mm.  It is 58 inches long.