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Vintage TAD #8 - 09-15-2019, 07:01 PM

Hello Az'er's..
Owner Rich has one "Bad Ass" TAD..

How many of you would like to play a session of Pool with this..
Like a night sipping good quality Wiskey.
Just like the era captured in "The Color of Money"..

No metal Rings/Collars, except the Joint Screw (and maybe a a Joint screw and weighbolt ?)
Closest to "Unbroken Fiber"..

Made a "Matching" Joint Ring Assembly for the Cue Cap, but, looked a bit
distracting "By it's self", so, I made a "Plain JP" style Cue Cap for a spare.

The Satin Finish Crown was the original concept for this cue.
The Shaft side JP's are Rosewood, too, but,
the color comes so dark as soon as a sealer goes on them.. Looks like Brown Ebony..
Linen Phenolic Collars will darken with age..

Thank You Richard
Thanks all, for viewing..

Alton
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09-15-2019, 07:17 PM

You are an artist and a genius, Alton.

Thank you so much for this amazing work. I will treasure it.

I cannot speak highly enough of Alton and I just feel lucky.
  
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Old Micarta Tubes - 09-16-2019, 12:43 PM

Hello guys..
Hello Rich..

Photo of the other pieces of the collar material I used on Rich's Caps.
Shows how dark the collars will change with age.

Read more here,
From Wikipedia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micarta
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