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Irish Walking Stick
Irish Walking Stick
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Carried by Irish gentlemen for centuries, the shillelagh walking stick was often a symbol of a young man’s transition into adulthood. Since the mid-19th century, it has come to represent Irish craftsmanship and hospitality. The artisan who carves these blackthorn- and hazel-wood walking sticks in his County Cork home collects the branches on his daily walks through West Cork forests. Finished with a rubber tip for traction. Each is unique.


$59.00
Scottish Staghorn Walking Stick
Scottish Staghorn Walking Stick
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Each year at the end of winter, Scottish red deer stags shed their impressive antlers to begin growing them anew in the spring. Highlanders traditionally collected them to use as handles for knives and walking sticks. A polished piece of red deer antler, collected in the Scottish Highlands, forms the handle of our walking stick. The shaft is made of chestnut, with a walnut cap. Red deer are indigenous in Scotland, with depictions found as far back as sixth-century stone carvings by the medieval Picts.


$98.00
Florentine Scroll Walking Stick
Florentine Scroll Walking Stick
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On a walk or at rest, a walking stick is a timeless way to display one’s distinctive personal style. It can transform a simple stroll into an elegant promenade. This handsome Victorian-style walking stick is decorated with scrollwork inspired by scrollwork decorating the facade of Santa Maria Novella in Florence. Handcrafted by a company that has been a purveyor of gentlemen’s accessories since 1939.


$98.00
Scrimshaw ''Whale Tooth'' Walking Stick
Scrimshaw ''Whale Tooth'' Walking Stick
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Sailors on whaling ships in the 18th century were usually at sea for a year or more. Many developed hobbies and practiced crafts to pass the long hour, often making presents for sweethearts and family at home. One of the most iconic “souvenirs” from these arduous voyages is scrimshaw, the name given to intricate etchings on whale teeth and bone, as well as walrus tusks. The etchings were darkened with soot or tobacco to highlight the design.


$79.00
Scottish Thistle Walking Stick
Scottish Thistle Walking Stick
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Category: Travel/Travel Accessories

As they walked along with their flock, Scottish highland farmers would collect branches and ramshorn to take home and carve during long winter evenings by the fire. Our wooden walking stick features a resin-handle replica of a traditional thistle design, Scotland’s national flower.


$89.00
$29.99
Sumac Walking Stick
Sumac Walking Stick
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Category: Travel/Travel Accessories

The sumac tree thrives throughout the continental United States. Native Americans and early settlers used it for food and medicine, and to make tools, musical instruments, and walking sticks like this one. Hand-finished in the U.S. from a single sumac with a section of root as the handle. No two exactly alike. A leather wrist strap and stable rubber tip make this a sturdy tool for any explorer.


$58.00
$27.99