Recollection Cues

Collectible Cues, Cases & Quality Players


Here is an exquisite merry widow cue featuring beautiful wood and a unique design.  It's made from sheer black ebony and a dazzling piece of black and white ebony for the handle.

In addition to the unusual wood, he builds it with a seldom used scallop pattern for the butt cap and joint.  It's a striking design and really adds a lot to this cue. 

He also adds an unusual ring pattern above the butt cap, below and above the handle, at the joint and on the ring collar of the shaft.  I'm not going to try to describe it other than to say it's inlaid using silver and copper.  The rest you see for yourself in the pictures.

This black and white ebony is splendid.  It provides an excellent contrast to the sheer black ebony in the butt sleeve and the forearm, and has superb figure. 

This is a very classy and pretty cue.  If you're a fan of wrapless sticks, either because of their beauty, or just because you like the way they feel in your hand, this cue could be a great option for you.

The ebony in this stick is super rich, dark and flawless.  Framed on each end by his dazzling silver inlaid rings, it looks outstanding in this cue.

Below are several views of the beautiful black and white ebony in the handle.  It has a different look from every angle as you rotate the cue.

The butt sleeve is similar to the nose.  The picture below shows how well the ringwork accentuates the beauty of the wood.

Most cue makers stay away from these scalloped joints and butt caps because of their difficulty, and the extra time it takes.   But I think they're worth the effort.

As usual, he engraves his North Demon logo in the butt cap.  (All white in this cue is a linen-based material used as a substitute for ivory.)  It is built with a flat faced joint using a titanium radial pin. 

It is built with a screw-through rubber bumper which accomodates generic extensions like Predator and others.  It comes with one of Cheng's finely tuned high performance maple shafts with with an LBM ferrule and one of his proprietary tips made just for his cues.

This stick is 58 inches long, and weighs 19.4 ounces (15.6, 3.8).  This is a good opportunity to buy a hard-to-find cue from one of the world's top cue makers without a long wait.  A great playing cue, it hits as good as it looks - a bargain at ...

 $2350 plus shipping.