Aurora cues are built by Airin and Richard in our little workshop located in British Columbia, Canada.
We take great pride in being one of the few who still build cues by hand employing the traditional hand splicing technique.
Aurora cues are made to measure either in one piece or jointed at the butt with an invisible joint or a thick brass H&O style joint.
To build an Aurora cue, a 1.5" x 1.5" x 60" block is slowly planned by hand in stages until round before being tapered by hand. This process can take up to 12 months. No CNC, or any computerized equipment, is ever employed in the process.
Only cues with the very best craftsmanship and shaft woods of the highest quality will bear the Aurora name.
We do not have different grades of badges because we simply will not sell you anything second grade.
Our ash boards have been kiln dried since 1991; our maple cues all feature timeless timber old growth maple.
We build about 15-20 cues a year.
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