Create a Professional-Quality Pool Cue with Kingwood
Looking for a high-quality raw exotic hardwood to make your own pool cue? Look no further than Kingwood - Dalbergia Cearensis. This beautiful and durable wood is highly prized for its rich color and distinctive grain patterns. Whether you're an experienced cue maker or just starting out, Kingwood is the perfect choice for your next project.
With its deep, warm color and intricate grain patterns, Kingwood is a true work of art. This raw exotic hardwood is highly sought after for its distinctive appearance, which is sure to make any pool cue stand out from the crowd. Whether you prefer a traditional look or something more modern, Kingwood's natural beauty is sure to impress.
Durability and Strength
When it comes to crafting a high-quality pool cue, durability is key. Kingwood is an excellent choice for cue makers looking for a hardwood that is both strong and resistant to wear and tear. This raw exotic hardwood is known for its toughness and ability to withstand the rigors of regular use, making it an excellent choice for any cue maker.
Ease of Use
Crafting a pool cue can be a time-consuming and difficult process, but with Kingwood, the process is much easier. This raw exotic hardwood is easy to work with and responds well to cutting, shaping, and sanding. This means that cue makers can create their perfect cue without worrying about the wood being too hard to work with.
Despite its many advantages, Kingwood remains an affordable option for cue makers of all levels. This raw exotic hardwood is widely available and is priced competitively with other high-quality woods on the market. This makes it a great choice for anyone looking to create a professional-grade pool cue without breaking the bank.
Kingwood - Dalbergia cearensis
Also called Violetwood" or Violete". Kingwood is light to dark violet-brown with lighter and darker stripes of purple. Bright luster, fine texture and is very stable in service. Very hard and heavy. Takes a high natural polish and develops patina as it ages. Fairly rare.
Source Region: Brazil
PLEASE NOTE: In addition to our standard return policy conditions, all costs incurred to ship wood back to Atlas will be at the buyer's expense. The wood cannot be machined in any way, and must have our stamp on it.
**PLEASE NOTE - Kingwood (Dalbergia cearensis) is now listed on CITES Appendix II and cannot be exported. Any foreign orders with this included will be cancelled.
Shipping and Returns
· Delivery is free for all orders over $80. Otherwise, delivery is $8-$25
depending on the items you plan to purchase.
· Once your product has shipped, it usually takes 2 to 3 business days in
USA, 3 to 8 in Europe. 5 to 15 for the rest of the world.
· You can return your product up to 14 days after receiving your order.
· Please make sure that the products are not used or damaged.
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