Cornerstone Custom Cues
Ida, Michigan
(734) 693-3177

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Cues $4,000 - $4,999
Richard Black
Richard Black

This one of a kind beauty, the White Diamond wave, is a spectacular beauty. This was in a collection un-played, has original design by dual hall of fame cue maker Richard Black!
Jerry Rauenzahn
Jerry Rauenzahn

This is the super desirable and very rare Brunswick 360 full splice wedge cue (In Ebony) converted into an incredible player. These 19th century points (Blank) sell in rough shape for $3,000. This is a rare beauty in mint condition with $500.00 Alton caps! All for $4299.00. Great collectible and player!
Richard Black
Richard Black

Here is the coveted and rare cue called the Smithson - this museum cue was a display favorite for the museum of arts show! Made with beautiful Brazilian rosewood, natural material and silver! Great collectable!
Richard Black
McWorter

Here is a stunning silver engraved and amboina burl cue. A great looker that plays as good as it looks!
Jerry Rauenzhan
Jerry Rauenzhan

This is a dual full splice from one of the greats! This stunning cue has exotic wood and tight veneer with a wedge butt. This cue is a walk back in time when cues were art using natural material!

PFD Studios

The road runner cue. Wile E. Coyote trying to break the b

ank and gets blown to smithereens in the process, just like the old roadrunners! Rempe, Diliberto-Liscote-Seigle, "The Road Runners." People would try to set them up, but it always blew up in the faces of those waiting to play! This is a real marquetry cue!

Richard Black
Richard Black

The original illusion cue - scalloped work and great design made by one of the best hall of fame makers of all time!
Tad Cues
Tad Cues

This early 1960s Tad is one of the most stunning beauties for the era. In 1962, this was considered an elite work of art! And it still stands out in the finest lineup! One of my favorite cues of the vintage era!

 
 
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