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Who Made this old Filipino Cue

Who Made this old Filipino Cue

I am very interested in any info I can get on this Philippines-made pool cue. I've been using it for about 15 years now.

What I know about it is the following:

  • It is a full splice Amboyna burl into Bocote wood with thin Holly inlays to 56 ivory diamonds and ebony diamond surrounds.
  • The joint pin is 5/16 18. I believe the collars are phenolic with a single brass ring.
  • The wrap is lizard.

I believe the pool cue was Filipino-made in the 1990s or early 2000s. There is no makers marks or signatures on the cue.

This is obviously a beautiful hand made cue and plays very well.

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Who Made this old Filipino Cue

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  1. user1645987412user1645987412 on 11/2/2023 2:23:22 PM

    I am still looking for information on this pool cue.

    I have seen a picture of a Jenor Urate pool cue (RONEJ pool cue) that looks nearly identical, but with a black lizard wrap and a signature.

    I have also found a McWorter cue that may have been the inspiration for this cue.

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Who Made this old Filipino Cue

  • Title: Who Made this old Filipino Cue
  • Author: (Dave Mclellan)
  • Published: 2/27/2022 10:43:32 AM
  • Last Updated: 2/27/2022 11:02:17 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)