Traditional Pool Cues
While many new cue designs feature new and different styles, nothing beats the classic beauty of traditional points and veneers. You won't find any modern or contemporary cue designs here, just designs steeped in the history and tradition that has made billiards one of the world's most popular games.
Since 1968, Joss has created outstanding pool cues with high performance and a traditional look, and the Joss JOS16 stick is no exception. Figured Flame Birch on the forearm incorporates four ebony points with a notched diamond mother of pearl inlay. Ebony used on the sleeve integrates six Figured Flame Birch windows and three notched diamond mother of pearl inlays.
The Joss JOS67 pool cue is a true beauty to behold and an excellent example of Joss' mission to preserve the values of old-time cue making. The butt of this cue is crafted with a variety of gorgeous woods, including curly maple, black ash, Brazilian bloodwood, ebony and holly. Learn More
In the case of the new JOS44, it's all about maple and ebony. The forearm features curly maple along with traditional ebony points and pearlite diamond inlays. The sleeve is straight ebony with two sets of double silver rings and more inlaid pearlite. If you like classic designs, you'll seriously dig this pool cue. Learn More
The first thing you will notice on the Joss JOS07 cue is how the notched, diamond shaped white holly inlays seem to jump off the cue when laid next to ebony and Figured Flame Birch on the forearm and sleeve. Eight diamond shaped cocobolo inlays also adorn the sleeve, and a black and white Irish linen wrap completes the look. Learn More