The Britannia Steel ¾ Jointed Range features Stunning Black African Gabon Ebony, accurately hand spliced over the very bes tselected straight grained air seasoned North American ash wood possible. Each model is then embellished with distinct splice patterns to cater for your personal preference and finished with the famous engraved Britannia black enamelled and mother of pearl disc.
The Britannia steel cues represent the pinnacle of Snooker cue design and craftsmanship. Thus they deserve only the very best materials in all aspects of their construction. As a consequence we have engineered an aviation grade Stainless Steel threaded ¾ joint and Stainless Steel ferrule. These essential components within any cue are machined from Stainless Steel to ensure strength, durability and un-wavering performance. The superiority of Stainless Steel over Brass is so profound that we felt obliged to name this range the Britannia Steel collection.
To provide unrivalled supremacy and flexibillity in play we have provided two extensions with every cue in the Britannia Steel range.
The Britannia Steel cues are all supplied in full length 58 inches (enquire for extra long cues as we often have available in this range). Then you have the traditional, matching solid wood screw in mini butt also fitted with a mother of pearl Britannia badge, ideal for those shots just out of reach, which adds 5-6 inches.
This cue is a stunning visual feast of splices and veneers in natural exotic and rare woods. Multi spliced with 8 sycamore natural veneers surrounding 4 thick cross cut zebreano veneers. Then 4 thick cut black fine ebony veneers and finally 4 hand splices of cross cut zebreano backed with 4 natural sycamore veneers.
This rare and stunning zebreano timber is sought the world over by cue makers. It is however very difficult to ensure the cross cutting through the grain is done correctly and precisely enough. When done well, as on our Britannia steel cues it’s stunning looks give a gemstone effect similar to Tigerseye. The grain pattern varies depending on angle of light from darker to light. Catch the light correctly and a shimmer irredescent effect will be seen, unlike any other exotic wood.