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PostPosted: Thu Feb 25, 2010 12:27 am 
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Judd and Trudy Fuller - "THE ANASAZI CUE"

There are some storys about that cue I could tell you, but ....o.k., at least one or two. :mrgreen:

One of the reasons I wanted this beautiful masterpiece from Judd Fuller were these awesome rings.
Another one of course, was the fact that this is the only cue which is featured in the color section of two
different Blue Books. It´s in the second and third edition, yes - in the color section :shock:

And as I want to own a typical design from each great maker out there, or at least a cue which anybody knows - yeah,
I thought these BlueBook color sections are something most people know of, what do you think. :?:

Troy from "On the Hill" cues owned this piece of american history for a long time, but when I contacted
him and asked about it, the cue was gone - only some days before. :shock:
And as crazy and lucky as things happen, it was gone to Bill Grassley from "cornerstone",
and it happened in the same week as the Thomas Wayne cue went to Bill.
Wow, all my dream cues are going to Bill, I thought. Maybe god told me that I have to deal with Bill, and that I did. :mrgreen:


Last but not least here is a copy of the original description from Judd and Trudy Fuller.

Anasazi Cue - Show Custom Cue

Well published One of a Kind Custom Cue, made by Judd Fuller for The 1995 Showcase of American Cue Art.

This exquisite masterpiece of cue art combines earthtone colors with the bright patterns of Indian rugs
with accents from Turquoise and Silver.
The figured Birdseye Maple forearm features 4 long Macassar Ebony prongs,
inlaid with Red Chakte-Kok and Turquoise point inlays.
4 short Macassar Ebony prongs are set between the long prongs.
8 Gabon Ebony, Osage Orange, and Turquoise arrowheads are set just above the wrap complete the forearm craftmanship.
The lower Macassar Ebony butt is reminiscent of native Indian rugwork of the Southwest
featuring diamond and triangle shapes containing inlays in Turquoise, Red Chakte-Kok, Ebony,
and Osage Orange surrounded by a Silver stair step pattern.
Delicate stitching abounds from an inlay pattern of 48 replicating triangles of Osage Orange and Red Chakte-Kok
with a zig-zag pattern of Gabon Ebony set between, all encased by silver rings complete the inlays.


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