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Walking Stick


Walking Stick


$3.49


"Our Choice outstanding book selection, CCBC Outstanding Book, Parent Council" In this exquisitely wrought tale, young Van finds a walking stick at the foot of a huge teak tree. Blessed by Buddha, it becomes his talisman, his life long link to the past, and the support he will need to carry him into the uncertain future. For when the winds change blow, not even the deep forest of Vietnam remain safe. With the walking stick and his indomitable spirit, Van leads his family to safety and new land. Though the years pass in peace, the ever-present tap, tapping at the brass-tipped walking stick is Van’s constant reminder of the customs, voices, and land he will always remember with love. When the stick’s long odyssey is finally over, it is Van’s granddaughter who carries it home and places it at Buddha’s feet. "The Walking Stick" is a tribute to all those who must see beyond the next hill.

Wood walking stick, 'Mighty Walking Stick' (Ghana)


Wood walking stick, ‘Mighty Walking Stick’ (Ghana)


$89.99


From afar, this walking stick appears to be carved with simple designs, yet up close the profile of a mighty face takes form. Ghanaian artist Eva Asantewa Amakye hand carves this walking stick out of sese wood and adds a strikingly unique handle that makes it comfortable for many different hand positions.

Wood walking stick Mighty Walking Stick (Ghana)


Wood walking stick Mighty Walking Stick (Ghana)


$89.99


From afar, this walking stick appears to be carved with simple designs, yet up close the profile of a mighty face takes form. Ghanaian artist Eva Asantewa Amakye hand carves this walking stick out of sese wood and adds a strikingly unique handle that makes it comfortable for many different hand positions.

Misc. Novelty Toys XY8049 Walking Stick Day of the Dead Skull with Bling


Misc. Novelty Toys XY8049 Walking Stick Day of the Dead Skull with Bling


$23.99


Toys play a crucial part in development of a child. Toys as simple as wooden blocks or numbered puzzle develops cognitive and physical skills. Complex puzzles remote control cars bubble guns helps learn and analyse cause effects and spatial relationships. Babies tend to play more and more with such toys and make themselves happy. Children's attitude towards their toys nurtures them big way.FeaturesDecorative design top1 diameter metal post with rubber baseSpecificationsMaterial: Metal & Rubber BaseDesign: Dead Skull with BlingHeight: 36 - 38Weight: 1.5 lbs

Misc. Novelty Toys XY8048 Walking Stick Day of the Dead Skull with Yellow Design


Misc. Novelty Toys XY8048 Walking Stick Day of the Dead Skull with Yellow Design


$23.99


Toys play a crucial part in development of a child. Toys as simple as wooden blocks or numbered puzzle develops cognitive and physical skills. Complex puzzles remote control cars bubble guns helps learn and analyse cause effects and spatial relationships. Babies tend to play more and more with such toys and make themselves happy. Children's attitude towards their toys nurtures them big way.FeaturesDecorative design top1 diameter metal post with rubber baseSpecificationsMaterial: Metal & Rubber BaseDesign: Dead Skull with Yellow DesignHeight: 36 - 38Weight: 1.5 lbs

Misc. Novelty Toys XY8047 Walking Stick Day of the Dead Skull with Red Eyes


Misc. Novelty Toys XY8047 Walking Stick Day of the Dead Skull with Red Eyes


$23.99


Toys play a crucial part in development of a child. Toys as simple as wooden blocks or numbered puzzle develops cognitive and physical skills. Complex puzzles remote control cars bubble guns helps learn and analyse cause effects and spatial relationships. Babies tend to play more and more with such toys and make themselves happy. Children's attitude towards their toys nurtures them big way.FeaturesDecorative design top1 diameter metal post with rubber baseSpecificationsMaterial: Metal & Rubber BaseDesign: Dead Skull with Red EyesHeight: 36 - 38Weight: 1.5 lbs

Toddler Walking Stick


Toddler Walking Stick


$6.99


The walking stick is a key feature of many wise and well known figures. What did Moses turn into a snake to scare the pants off the pharaoh? What did Yoda reflectively nibble on while he was dispensing homespun Jedi wisdom? And what was Gandalf the Grey’s go-to weapon when he squared off against the Balrog? Nothing says “I might need a little help walking but I could still totally whoop you” like a good walking stick. Are we right or what?If your toddler is going after the wise warrior look, it just won’t do unless they have our Walking Stick in hand. It’s soft and plushy, so they’re not going to do any damage with it, and it’s bendy and moldable so you can get that cool crooked driftwood look. Pair it with a number of toddler costumes so your little one looks as wise as a little one could look.

The Witch's Walking Stick


The Witch’s Walking Stick


$3.46


Poor Margaret is waking up to another bad day. Ever since her parents died, her brother and sister have made her sweep the floors, chop the wood, cook the meals, feed the pigs, and anything else they can think to demand. Selfish, mean, and twice as big as Margaret, they always get their way. When at last Margaret has had enough, she runs away into the forest. Just as she is wondering how she will survive, she comes upon an old lady with a very sad story: a dog has run off with her walking stick, and she can’t do a thing without it. When the old lady promises Margaret a reward of three gold coins for its safe return, the girl readily agrees. Little does Margaret know that the old lady is really a witch, her reward a trick, and her walking stick a magic stick the witch has used to make a thousand miserable wishes come true . . .

62 Walking Stick


62 Walking Stick


$9.99


There is nothing better than a good old fashioned walking stick, right? Especially this 62” Walking Stick! With this trusty staff by your side, you’ll be able to trek anywhere without a problem. Whether you’re a magical wizard on a daring quest or a weary nomad traveling through rough terrain, this huge walking stick will aid you along your journey and make sure that you successfully reach your destination. Not to mention the fact that you will look SO cool!Now, full disclosure, this Walking Stick is made out of plastic but that is hardly noticeable with the amazing detail and the wood grain texture. Plus, being made out of plastic, it’s naturally lighter and actually much more convenient for long walks! Add this amazing prop to a number of different costumes.

The Dragonsthorne Collection: Death's Grip Skull and Claw Walking Stick


The Dragonsthorne Collection: Death's Grip Skull and Claw Walking Stick


$29.95


Playing on ancient Gothic tales, British artist Liam Manchester gave life to this sick, Gothic screaming skull and claw walking stick sure to please any lover of the morbid! The quality designer resin knob handle, hand-finished in polished, eerily smoky chrome, proudly sits atop a stylish, faux ebony metal shaft. Our Design Toscano-exclusive, collectible walking stick captures all the sculpted details from the clenching fist to a mystic screaming skull and is expertly fitted with a rubber ferrule tip and smart designer resin Celtic skull collar. A hand-crafted Gothic walking stick for anyone who loves collecting canes or taking a walk on the dark side. This decorative walking stick is not weight bearing and is not intended for orthopedic use. 2″Wx3″Dx39″L. 1 lb.

Wood walking stick, 'Kokote Stick' (Ghana)


Wood walking stick, ‘Kokote Stick’ (Ghana)


$79.99


Hand-carved from local sese wood, this walking stick is presented by Ghana’s Eva Asantewa Amakye, who enjoys the nostalgic feelings involved in creating antiqued pieces. Black in color, the walking stick features the image of a sheep at the top, named Kokote in Akan. With embossed aluminum accents, a round handle at the top completes the walking stick.

Wood walking stick Kokote Stick (Ghana)


Wood walking stick Kokote Stick (Ghana)


$79.99


Hand-carved from local sese wood, this walking stick is presented by Ghana’s Eva Asantewa Amakye, who enjoys the nostalgic feelings involved in creating antiqued pieces. Black in color, the walking stick features the image of a sheep at the top, named Kokote in Akan. With embossed aluminum accents, a round handle at the top completes the walking stick.

Telescopic Stick 2645 Telescopic Walking Stick


Telescopic Stick 2645 Telescopic Walking Stick


$31.54


FeaturesBuilt-In Antishock MechanismLED light with 90 degree inclination.3-Section adjustable telescopic poleEasy Twist lock systemMade of lightweight aluminum metal STRONG and LIGHT to useErgonomic grip handle comfortable feelWrist strap provides support for your armAdjustable length from approximately 21 to 44 in.Removable trekking (mud/snow) basket to prevent tip from sinking into soft dirt or sandCan be easily carried in a backpack when retractedSuitable for people of all sizes

Wood walking stick, 'Ahoufe' (Ghana)


Wood walking stick, ‘Ahoufe’ (Ghana)


$99.99


Not only are walking sticks a symbol of wisdom and rite of passage for someone who has reached old age, they are a piece of art with spectacular designs. Ghanaian artist Eva Asantewa Amakye creates this particular walking stick with a stunning female form adorned with colorful red and yellow paint as well as etched aluminum plating. Amakye names it Ahoufe, a word meaning “beauty.”

Wood walking stick, 'Chieftain' (Ghana)


Wood walking stick, ‘Chieftain’ (Ghana)


$69.99


Historically carved only for elderly West African royalty, this walking stick is adorned with local motifs and symbols. A solitary bird rests underneath the handle, symbolizing peace. Daniel Nyadedzor patiently crafts this piece from sese wood, adorns it with aluminum plating, and finishes it with white clay and cream emulsion paint to achieve its antique appearance. Nyadedzor names the walking stick Togbe, or “chief,” in honor of his rich cultural heritage.

Wood walking stick Ahoufe (Ghana)


Wood walking stick Ahoufe (Ghana)


$99.99


Not only are walking sticks a symbol of wisdom and rite of passage for someone who has reached old age, they are a piece of art with spectacular designs. Ghanaian artist Eva Asantewa Amakye creates this particular walking stick with a stunning female form adorned with colorful red and yellow paint as well as etched aluminum plating. Amakye names it Ahoufe, a word meaning “beauty.”

Wood walking stick Chieftain (Ghana)


Wood walking stick Chieftain (Ghana)


$69.99


Historically carved only for elderly West African royalty, this walking stick is adorned with local motifs and symbols. A solitary bird rests underneath the handle, symbolizing peace. Daniel Nyadedzor patiently crafts this piece from sese wood, adorns it with aluminum plating, and finishes it with white clay and cream emulsion paint to achieve its antique appearance. Nyadedzor names the walking stick Togbe, or “chief,” in honor of his rich cultural heritage.

Wood walking stick Jester (Ghana)


Wood walking stick Jester (Ghana)


$94.99


Historically carved only for respected elderly West Africans, walking sticks symbolize dignity and an acquired collection of wisdom over the years. George Obeng sculpts this handsome example with a laughing jester as the handle.

Wood walking stick, 'Jester' (Ghana)


Wood walking stick, ‘Jester’ (Ghana)


$94.99


Historically carved only for respected elderly West Africans, walking sticks symbolize dignity and an acquired collection of wisdom over the years. George Obeng sculpts this handsome example with a laughing jester as the handle.

Wood walking stick, 'Thunder' (Ghana)


Wood walking stick, ‘Thunder’ (Ghana)


$99.99


This carved wood walking stick depicts Shango, the god of thunder celebrated by Yoruba and Fon people in West Africa. Ghanaian artisan Christian Kwesi Tawiah presents this decorative piece with an intentionally rustic finish, depicting the human figure of Shango beneath an eye-catching round handhold. With angular design on the figure and bold contrast in shapes, this walking stick makes a striking accessory befitting a powerful deity.

Death and the Walking Stick


Death and the Walking Stick


$3.46


National bestselling author When Althea Boatright dies alone in her locked room, it looks like the natural death of a sickly old woman. But Althea’s friend thinks there’s something suspicious about it, based on her walking stick. Since this friend is a friend of the mother of Henry Huckabee, the Chief of Police in Ogeechee, Georgia, it must be investigated. Hen assigns his cousin, Officer Trudy Roundtree, to look into it. Trudy finds several people with grudges against the victim. Who could have gotten into Althea’s room and gotten away with the wrong walking stick – and why did it lead to murder?

Wood walking stick Shango (Ghana)


Wood walking stick Shango (Ghana)


$74.99


From Ghanaian artisan Christian Kwesi Tawiah comes this striking wooden walking stick. Hand carved out of sese wood, the walking stick portrays a human figure and is embellished with brown leather and red and white fabric. The artisan names the stick Shango, a Nigerian word meaning “God of thunder.”

Wood walking stick, 'Shango' (Ghana)


Wood walking stick, ‘Shango’ (Ghana)


$74.99


From Ghanaian artisan Christian Kwesi Tawiah comes this striking wooden walking stick. Hand carved out of sese wood, the walking stick portrays a human figure and is embellished with brown leather and red and white fabric. The artisan names the stick Shango, a Nigerian word meaning “God of thunder.”

Brazos Twisted Sassafras Walking Stick


Brazos Twisted Sassafras Walking Stick


$44


If you’re looking for a walking stick that doubles as a work of art, this is the stick for you! This best-selling walking stick, excellent for both men and women, is lightweight with a beautiful, intricate pattern. With its distinct reddish bark, and its stunning, majestic twist, the Twisted Sassafras Walking Stick is easily one of our more sought-after hiking staffs. Whether you use it for stability while hiking or support while walking, you’ll find that the Brazos Twisted Sassafras Walking Stick makes a great companion. + This beautiful, lightweight walking stick is our best-seller for good reason. It’s light enough to be comfortable for both men and women and the intricate patterns in the wood make it look like a work of art. Don’t be surprised if people ask where you got it! + With its distinct reddish bark, and its stunning, majestic twist, the Twisted Sassafras Walking Stick is easily one of our more sought-after hiking staffs — a prized possession for hikers and collectors alike. + Our Twisted Sassafras Walking Stick is made from the finest wood that is meticulously cut, sanded and sprayed with a protective clear coat lacquer to bring out its natural beauty. + The leather strap at the top helps you get a secure grip on the walking stick. + The rubber tip at the bottom gives you good traction on most surfaces; contains latex + Each walking stick is made in the USA by master woodworkers. Handcrafted, one at a time, so no two are exactly alike. It also makes a great gift! + 58 inches + Sizing a walking stick is largely a matter of personal preference, but we do offer recommendations based on our 20 years’ experience: 41″ is primarily for children; 48″ for adults up to 5’4″; 55″ for adults between 5’4″ and 5’11″; and 58″ for adults taller than 5’11″. + Most Brazos canes and walking sticks can be sized down with a handsaw.
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