PFD Studios - Paul Drexler Cues

Paul Drexler Custom Cue 1992-

Early work of Paul Drexler. Drexler was making cues for only a short time before producing this cue in 1992. The joint and butt are ivory. The wood is Madagascar Rosewood, and the points which look like outlines are spliced holly-veneered points. The wrap is a textured leather. The cue has two shafts and has been lightly cleaned by Paul in 2005.

Resources: (From PFD Cues Web Site)-"Paul Drexler began making cues in 1989 as a result of his desire to own a very special cue. He is proud of his cues for their integration of sound construction techniques and unique designs, featuring exotic materials. The keys to a good-hitting cue, according to Paul, are solid construction, high-grade materials, and attention to detail. Paul's grandfather, a master cabinet maker from Holland, taught him the fine art of woodworking."

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