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.
This Pechauer cue screams class. It's a simple design for sure--maple richly dyed with Rosewood stains with a classic black and white Irish linen wrap--but it's the subtle accents that really put this cue in a league all its own. The dashed rings evoke stitching, like on fine leather, and the cream-colored butt plate gives a striking contrast to the deep coloration of the wood grain. Learn More
Elegance is often found in the simplest designs. For example, this beautiful Pechauer cue, though the majority of its design is Danish-stained maple, radiates a sleek sense of style that you just don't see in the game of Billiards too often. This masterfully done cue is accented with sets of dashed rings, a traditional black and white Irish linen wrap, and a set of four crisp Ebony and Pearl inlaid double points on the butt plate. Learn More
There's nothing more traditional in cue making than the sneaky pete and Pechauer totally hits it out of the park with the Pro-H. This cue features curly maple in the forearm with four ebony framed rosewood stained points. Learn More
J. Pechauer has been in the billiards business for over 50 years now and, in that time, they’ve produced some beautiful, completely American made pool cues. The JP07M is an excellent example of Pechauer’s dedication to quality craftsmanship and classical design. Learn More