I really don’t have any definitive information on this cane. I was told by an antique identification expert at an antique show that canes such as this were exported from China in the late 1800’s and early 1900‘s. He also said the material used for the barrel portion was made from some kind of bone and ivory was used to make the rest along with some type of wood.
A customer bought this handle off of eBay and sent it to me to mount on a Zebra wood Shaft. Handle is made from two different colors of Bone, hand carved. I want to call it a Toucan or Pelican, what do you think it is?
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Dark Shadows is an upcoming film based on the 1966–1971 gothic soap opera of the same name. The film is directed by Tim Burton and stars Johnny Depp as Barnabas Collins, a 200-year-old vampire, as well as Michelle Pfeiffer as his cousin Elizabeth Collins Stoddard, a reclusive matriarch of the Collins family. It is scheduled to be released on May 11, 2012 in both conventional and IMAX theaters.
In 1752, the Collins family sails from Liverpool, England to North America. The son, Barnabas, grows up to be a wealthy playboy in Collinsport, Maine and is the master of Collinwood Manor. He breaks the heart of a witch, Angelique Bouchard, who turns him into a vampire and buries him alive. In 1972, Barnabas is accidentally freed from his coffin and returns to find his once-magnificent mansion in ruin. The manor is currently occupied by Barnabas’ dysfunctional descendants, all of whom are hiding dark and horrifying secrets.
Walking Cane Company Sell the Alpacca Wolf Head Dark Shadows Walking Cane from the original movie
Wolf Head cane from the movie “Dark Shadows’ Crook handle on a tapered black maple shaft, 36” long with rubber tip. Alpaca is a nickel silver combination that is stronger than pure silver. View Alpacca Wolf Head Dark Shadows Walking Cane
Do you want to distinguish yourself in the world of men’s fashion? Get a custom walking cane!
You know that fedora hats are the hottest fashion item among young people — not only just among men, but also among women. Fashion-conscious people are looking into fashion history, and selecting something “new” from the past and taking it into a new era. The Art Deco style was the main inspirational source of the late 20th to the early 21st century. Now, following the revival of Victorian fashion thanks to Steampunk and Gothic fashion movements, fashion canes are slowly, but steadily, gaining ground.
In the past, it was just a fashion statement of these minority groups, but, as the Anime generation grew up, entered the mainstream, and became the driving force of the fashion world, more and more men started incorporating an custom walking stick into their overall look.
Look at the picture at the top. He is in formal wear, and the cane naturally fits his style, but it is still not a traditional choice. The picture on the left is a more contemporary look. He is wearing a nice, well-cut suit, but has added a hat and a cane as his fashion statement. You can bet that he will get quite a bit of attention at a chic nightclub scene! The guy on the right is more casual, and you may find him at a corner coffee shop. His simple cane accentuates his meticulously “casual” look (but OK, he may be wearing $300 designer jeans).
You can’t describe the beauty of a custom walking cane without holding one in your hand and walking with it. If the custom walking stick is not a part of you, it is not worth owning. It is your fashion statement. It represents your taste, your intelligence, your lifestyle, and you. Take your time, look at many as you can; take the cane in your hand, if you can. You will find the one meant just for you.
Cosmopolitan wood walking cane handle is extremely comfortable and maintains a very sophisticated look which will distinguish you in any crowd.
The Opera style handle, made from genuine African ebony wood, tops off an exotic wood shaft, which will become a treasured item in any cane collection or by its self.
This walking cane handle was designed for function and comfort as well as a great looking walking cane. This one of a kind cane was designed by and manufactured by Scott Prevost and only sold through our website. To view the whole line of Cosmopolitan Walking canes…
Walking Canes make great gift ideas, what away to say you care when giving someone a great look walking cane. A great assortment of walking canes to choose from, Walking Canes made in the USA and Carbon fiber walking canes, gets an early start on your Christmas shopping.
Looking for a real conversation piece? The New Yorker Walking Cane is all of that. A tasteful lamination of three beautiful woods in a striped pattern making the walking cane handle a real work of art and craftsmanship. The standard length is 37″. These canes are available in lengths up to 42″ for an extra charge. There is NO additional charge to size your cane for your proper length. May support up to 275 LBS when used properly.
These canes includes metal reinforced rubber tip, to enhance these already beautiful canes you may chose the option of a Brass or Silver Plated Tip or add a Leather Wrist Strap.
Soft Grip Ergonomic walking cane features contoured soft grip which provides superior comfort with a modern sleek style handle. This walking cane handle has a rubberized grip with extra padding where the palm of your hand rest to make this walking cane handle one of the most comfortable on the market. This walking cane comes with a wrist strap, storage clip, matching color rubber tip and a clear vinyl carrying case. Adjustable from 32.5” – 36.5”.
A true “Classic” created with unique and exotic woods from around the world.
The derby style handle directs the weight of the individual over the shaft ensuring maximum stability. These high-quality and exotic wood handled canes are made with the finest stongest exotic woods from around the world. Designed to offer the ultimate in comfort and stability. These canes have not been painted or stained. They are the actual wood colors and grains that you see.