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.
Great googly moogly! All the Schon cues are pretty, but this one goes way beyond. The rich Birdseye maple, the contrasting white and ebony inlays. If loving a pool cue is wrong, I don't wanna be right. As with all Schon cues, keep in mind that the materials do change from time to time, so give us a call if you have any questions about inlays, wood and veneers. Learn More
Proprietary manufacturing techniques and components, combined with beautiful woods and inlays, makes the Schon CX16 custom pool cue a striking instrument, both in appearance and in performance. Stained Birdseye Maple serves as a backdrop on the forearm and sleeve to wonderful ebony, stained maple veneer and Micarta inlays. The wrap is black Irish linen with white specks. The attention to detail is impeccable, right down to the thin nickel silver rings. Learn More
If you're looking for a truly classic look in a Schon cue, look no further than the CX87. Everything about this cue is classic. The forearm is pristine Birdseye maple with traditional ebony points. The butt sleeve is straight ebony with nickel silver rings. The other area to take note of on this cue is the handle. Instead of going with Irish linen, Schon went with a pure ebony handle. If you're a fan of ebony wood, this is your dream cue. Learn More
Each Schon cue is handmade in Wisconsin using high quality exotic wood and inlay materials to create uniquely beautiful, traditionally designed cues. But Schon cues are more than just a pretty face. Each cue is perfectly balanced and constructed to give you a firm hit due to the stainless steel collar and short, pro-tapered shaft.
The CX89 is one of Schon's simpler designs. It features an ebony sleeve that leads up to six ebony points, each topped with a delicate white Micarta tear drop inlay. It's subtle, traditional, and perfectly crafted.
In business since 1981, Schon employs a small in-house staff of full-time craftsmen who give great attention to quality. And because the cues are produced in smaller quantities, designer Evan Clarke is able to personally finish and test each cue, ensuring it stands up to the German meaning behind the name Schon…beautiful. Learn More