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New Sticks at the Stick & Cane Shop


First of all, if you are in the central belt of Scotland this weekend and you fancy a lovely day out, we are at the Hopetoun House Town and Country Fair. We have a stall there on the 27th and 28th of July, so it would be lovely to see you if you fancy stopping by to check out our walking sticks from The Stick & Cane Shop. We will also have many of our umbrellas from from our sister site Brolliesgalore. It certainly promises to be a fun-packed weekend, the weather has been pleasant so far today (Saturday 27th) so we hope that it continues tomorrow (28th!) Still, we will have umbrellas and parasols available for you for both rain or shine!




New Sticks & Canes for Summer 2013

We have taken delivery of new styles of sticks and canes for the summer 2013 season and they will be appearing on our website over the next few weeks. We have some of them up already so I thought we would feature them in today's blog. If you like either the rustic-styled canes or collectible character head canes, you are certainly in for a treat today! Why not let us know which is your favourite in the comments below or on our Facebook page. Are there any particular new styles you would like to see appear at the Stick and Cane Shop in the future? Let us know.

Sandlewood Country Derby on Blackthorn Rustic Shaft



The beautiful Sandlewood Country Derby on Blackthorn Rustic Shaft is a derby handled walking stick with a lovely rustic blackthorn shaft. The blackthorn shaft is full of rustic charm, with its natural bark and varnished. The handle is made from beautiful dark sandlewood which compliments the Blackhtorn. This cane is fitted with a brass collar and metal ferrule.

The dimensions of the walking stick are:

~ Length is 92cm
~ Weight is 275g
~ The stick diameter at the top just under the handle is 22mm and tapers down to 19mm at the ferrule end.
~ It is fitted with a metal ferrule.
~ Will fit an "RFD19" type rubber ferrule size 19mm internal diameter.


Hare's Brown Head Collectors Cane



The new Hare's Brown Head Collectors Cane will certainly be popular with our customers who enjoy collecting our character headed walking sticks. This is walking stick has a beautifully distinctive brown hardwood shaft with gold gilt trim, this cane has a handle in the shape of a hare's head and ears. A quirky yet very comfortable collectors cane.

The dimensions of the walking stick are:

~ Length is 95cm
~ Weight is 375g
~ The stick diameter at the top just under the handle is 22mm and tapers down to 19mm at the ferrule end.
~ It is fitted with an "RFA19" type rubber ferrule size 19mm internal diameter.


Maple Country Derby Cane on Rustic Shaft


The Maple Country Derby Cane with Rustic Shaft is a very smart and stylish walking stick, the classic contours of the Derby handle allow it to be hung over the wrist when not in use, leaving the hands free. The shaft is a rustic hardwood normally blackthorn, with its natural bark and varnished. The handle is made from a grained maple, it has a gold gilt collar under the handle.

The dimensions of the walking stick are:

~ Length is 92cm
~ Weight is 275g
~ The stick diameter at the top just under the handle is 22mm and tapers down to 19mm at the ferrule end.
~ It is fitted with a metal ferrule.
~ Will fit an "RFD19" type rubber ferrule size 19mm internal diameter.




Created On  27 Jul 2013 17:30  -  Permalink

Comments

I came to your shop on Friday and what a fantastic little shop it is. Even though it was closed because of Hopetoun House and staff being there a very kindly member of staff opened the shop for me. I could have spend much longer than I did (and belive me it was a long time) as I could not make up my mind which walking stick to purchase. It was a delight looking at all your fantastic walking sticks and the two men in the shop were extremely helpful and did not rush me one bit. I don't think anyone could come away from this shop without buying a walking stick.
My father was a wood turner and he would have marvelled at some of the most beautiful wood turned sticks. I will certainly be back when I require another stick.
Posted By: Mrs Irene Wilson - 28 Jul 2013 23:31

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