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Handle/knob on this cane is cast iron circa 1850. The Bottom of the Cane Is Fitted with a Rubber Cup to Assist Against Slipping. No Two Canes Are Alike. Your Cane/walking Stick Will Have It's Own Unique Qualities.
All of my canes are hand cut and finished with stain than clear coated. Cane pictured is 35 3/4 inches from handle to tip and can be cut shorter accent stone is Leopard Jasper canes can’t be made longer.

The Cholla Cactus Shaft with Cholla Knob is a handcrafted one-of-a-kind creation. This handsome, rugged but light weight wooden walking cane is perfect for step-by-step support, or simply as an accessory for trekking the paths of your favorite outdoor areas.

The Cane Cholla is a shrub like tubercular cactus found in the arid regions of southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Dried cholla stems leave a sturdy hollow wooden tube with a very distinctive pattern of lengthwise slits. In fact, some believe no other wood can match the natural beauty of the cane cholla. If you enjoy the southwest look, this one-of-a-kind collectors walking cane will become a life time favorite and frequent conversation piece. The nature of the cane cholla makes this cane impossible to be replicated.


I custom size my canes at no additional charge.
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When the stick is measured correctly the user should be able to maintain an upright posture with the elbow slightly flexed. In this way the body weight is taken through the stick by pushing down on the stick when walking. It is important that a walking stick or cane is the correct length.
The steps below is the standard process to find the appropriate length.
Fitting a Cane
When a cane is to be used as a mobility aid the best method is to ask a medical professional to measure for correct length. If the user does not have one and wishes to size it on their own please follow the directions provided below. This is the standard way to measure for a cane.
To determine the length of a cane without the cane available.
(It takes two people to "fit" a cane)
1. Put on the usual walking shoes.
2. Stand naturally upright as possible.
3. Let the arms fall to the sides naturally with a normal bend at the elbow. (NOTE: do not force the arm down completely straight.)
4. Using a tape measure or yard stick, have the second person measure the distance from the wrist joint down to the floor.
PLEASE REMEMBER CANES CAN BE SHORTENED BUT THEY CANNOT BE LENGTHENED.

Handmade Cholla/Choya Cane/walking Stick

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: CACTUS, CACTI, WOOD, IRON
  • Only ships within United States.
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