World’s Most Expensive Pool Cue

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McDermott Cue Manufacturer had announced the sale of the World’s most expensive pool cue.  The Intimidator Cue started as a 82 pound of stainless steel.  It took over 1860 man hours to do the hand engraving and etching to create the 9.5 pound cue.  Total length is 63 inches and the wingspan of the large blade is 9 inches.

The Intimidator has over 210 separate inlays with 112 of them being precious metal inlays in the handle alone.  The focal point of the cue is a genuine Italian Obsidian Gemstone Sphere at the base.

The Intimidator retailed for $150,000 and sold to an undisclosed buyer.  Though the World’s most expensive pool cue isn’t exactly designed for performance, it would make for a great conversation piece and art for any person’s man cave.

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Blade wingspan is 9 inches wide

World's Most Expensive Pool Cue Handle

Created in 1992 and 1862 man-hours

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Over 210 separate inlays, including 112 hand-polished Precious Metal inlays on the handle

World's Most Expensive Pool Cue

You can see the actual listing at McDermott Cues

Maybe add some billiard products a little less expensive to your man cave?

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