Walking Sticks(22 items)
Welcome to Novica's collection of decorative walking sticks. We hope you enjoy exploring our unique collection of hand carved walking sticks below:
Featured Reviews on Walking Sticks
For my 90 year old Dad
My dad lost his cane and I got him this one as a replacement. He really does love this new cane and the color variations make it easy for him to find. My mom likes how well the cane was crafted and how sturdy it is.
Her work is so beautiful and better each time
Work of art that gets better each purchase I?ve had! Truly a work of art and this is my favorite artist and cane!
My favorite family heirloom
The cane arrived on time and they were well protected I purchased 2 canes and they are very handsome and the canes are well constructed and very solid. I will purchase more canes in the future.
Eva Asantewa Amakye African masks and walking sticks
"The most challenging aspect of this art is building on ideas, and the creative process from design to finish."
"I love seeing how antique pieces evoke... read more
Popular Walking Sticks
Classic Curved Handle Colorful Multiple Wood Cane, "Pep in Your Step"$79.99
The Chaverri Brothers of Costa Rica design this refined, yet colorful cane with a classically curved hand carved handle. The smooth, polished cane is made of three kinds of wood--jatoba, nazareno, and conacaste--stained in bands of pink, yellow, orange, and brown. A rubber tip protects the end of the cane and keeps it from slipping on floors. The cane comes in two pieces which are easily screwed together, making it easy to pack for travel.
Gye Nyame Motif Wood Walking Stick from Ghana, "Gye Nyame Stride"$119.99
This handsome walking stick from Ghanaian artisan Kwasi Asante is carved in a twisted shape with a loop for a handle. Centering the design is the symbol , which means "except for God", and acknowledges the omnipotence and immortality of God. The artisan paints the walking stick in an attractive contrast of brown and black. Adinkra symbols were created by the Asante peoples of Ghana; they are visual icons that represent a characteristic or proverb.
Hand Carved Walking Stick With Female Motif and Circular Top, "Ahoufe"$119.99
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 , a word meaning "beauty."
Hand Carved Toucan Head Handle Multiple Wood Cane, "Toucan Trekker"$99.99
The Chaverri Brothers of Costa Rica design this handsome cane with a hand carved handle in the shape of a toucan's head. The smooth, polished cane is made of three kinds of wood--jatoba, nazareno, and conacaste--and the combination gives beautiful variations in grain and tone. A rubber tip protects the end of the cane and keeps it from slipping on floors. The cane comes in two pieces which are easily screwed together, making it easy to pack for travel.
West African walking sticks depict animals, some of them totems. Those by our Andean and Indian artisans depict animals as well, while our Indonesian craftspeople also portray dragons and mythical creatures. Crafted by hand, a walking stick from Novica makes a unique statement of identity.