Recollection Cues

Collectible Cues, Cases & Quality Players


Jon Spitz is another cuemaker whose original cuemaking roots were in the Chicago area, and he has been making cues for many years.  He is known for original designs and solid, great-playing sticks.

Having moved to Texas a few years ago, he has continued his tradition of building excellent cues.  This one is a good example of his fine, meticulous work and original design, including unique wood selections.

This is a basic four point cue, but with a unique selection of materials and a few extra features that result in a very pretty cue that will make a great "player" for someone.  This is a well-built cue that hits a ton.

This is a pretty, very classy, ebony cue with a basic four-point design.  The points are made from holly, and they are outlined with ebony and natural maple veneers.

It has a nicely textured black leather wrap that is expertly applied.  It looks great on the cue and feels good in the hand.

The points are nice and long, very sharp and very symmetrical.

The butt sleeve is all ebony - a Hoppe-style design with a white elforyn ring.  He signs and dates the cue on the white ring under the finish.

The quality of the woods in this stick is excellent.  The ebony is very black, and the holly is clean and bright.  

This is truly a "player's cue."  It's a simple, basic design with a unique selection of woods.  It hits very solid and is a pleasure to play with.

He adds a custom made set of nylon joint protectors, and builds it with a 3/8X10 stainless steel pin in a flat-faced joint.  It comes with two 13mm shafts of premium maple with a micarta ferrules.  It weighs 19.5 ounces.