This case stands out. This time we chose
to do some wild contrast with the black on
black tooling in the center complemented by
the colorful flowers on the outside and the
pockets. This is one case that will start
conversations all by itself so be ready to
tell the story. Again on this case I used
the tried and true scallop pattern for the
design. For the interior though we added a
twist. I used plush faux fur on top of the
padding to give it a super cushy look and
I apologize in advance for
some of the blurry pics. I am currently
without a camera to reshoot this case but I
will have better pics up soon.
The case is a 2x4 for 2 butts and 4
shafts. It is a fully lined tube case with all the protective features that
come with the tube cases I build. Moisture resistant super soft liner that
won't wear out, foam rubber to protect against impact, industrial strength
rivets at the stress points, a heavy duty closure, and spring loaded cavities.
The leather is treated to resist soiling and liquids. It is signed "John Barton
12-2007 1 of 1"
This case is for sale. Please contact me at
firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about it or one like it. The price is $1200
and includes insured shipping to any place on Earth that a truck can get to.
Whether you are interested in purchasing this case or just like to browse fine
work I thank you for visiting and spending some time with us.
This interior is the nuts,
to use a pool term for those who don't know. That means it's the best.
Why? Well it protects from impact, some temperature change, abrasion, and
accidental removal. The parts are kept seperate and secure. There are
those that say "protection isn't everything". I personally wonder what they
would say if their $2000 cue accidentally fell out of their beautiful, but
not overly protective, case and got damaged? Of course everyone thinks it
will never happen but life has a funny way of making things happen that
never should. So when I build cases I try to plan for most eventualities
and keeping the cue snug and secure until willfully removed is one of the
things I can do. Some other casemakers even don't really care too much
about it. I guess I could be compared to the cuemaker who is always
trying to improve the "hit" of the cues as opposed to one who doesn't care
too much about the hit and focuses on the look of the cue. With that in
mind you can be sure that no matter what surface decoration goes on a JB
Case it's sittiing on top of the best protection in tube-style cue cases
that exists today.
I know most of you all are into the looks first
- hey we are all into our image. This website celebrates the highest art in
case decoration - handtooling. I understand that looks are very important.
I just want you to know that you don't need to worry about what's under the
hood. It's taken care of. :-)
And that is the end of the pictures for the Garden Day case. Thank you for