KENTUCKY WALKING STICKS
AND WALKING CANES
I Ask To Be No Man, Other Than The Man I Am
Wolfe County is located in the foothills of eastern Kentucky. Dad and I have enjoyed making walking sticks and walking canes for years and I would love to make a Kentucky Walking Stick or Cane that you would use and enjoy for many years to come. Please look around the web site. The pictures are all family from eastern Kentucky. Should you have any questions or comments about the walking sticks or family pictures, please feel free to email or call.
Would you like a beautiful hame (brass) handle, eagle (brass) head handle, or the regency (brass) handle installed on your walking cane. Maybe you would like to add the grizzly bear claws to the leather strap on your walking stick or cane.
In the U.S. Congress in 1856, Charles Summer of Massachusetts criticized Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois and Andrew Butler of South Carolina for the Kansas-Nebraska-Act. When a relative of Andrew Butler, Preston Brooks, heard of it, he felt the Summer's behavior demanded retaliation, and beat him senseless on the floor of the Senate with a wooden walking cane. This event is commonly known as "the caning of Senator Charles Summer".
You can call me at 270-314-4461.
Tobacco Walking Stick $40
Traditional Walking Stick $55
Carved Snake Walking Stick $350
Carved Snake Slide Show
Curled Walking Sticks $80
Curled Walking Canes $55
Duck (Brass) Head handle $35
Eagle (Brass) Head Handle $35
Regency (Brass) Cane Handle $35
Hame Brass Pear Handle $20
Hame Brass Favorite Handle $35
Grizzly Bear Claws $25
Deer Antler Points $15
Shepherds Staffs $55
Crook Neck Canes $40
Brass Ferrule Tip $15
Rubber Tip $6
Initials On Staff or Cane $10
Obsidian Knife $150
Glow In The Dark Coating $20
Blank Sticks-Make Your Own Walking Stick
How to Carve a Snake on a Twisted Stick Using Power Tools eBook
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