Handles

For each cane category, any of the handle or grip shapes can be had for any stick design. Allow for sizes: Small, Medium or Large.

THE  THIGH  BONE

A solid and wider bodied handle, popular with, but not limited to men. This has a deeper throat so one can hang it over the arm, a chair, or doorknob.

THE  MODIFIED  THIGH BONE

Shown in Cherry. The stone is optional, shown here inlaid Botswana Agate. A comfortable variation of the Thigh Bone design that can be easily sized for any hand.

 

THE  HORN

This design shown in Cherry is also very comfortable and can hang on your arm or over the doorknob.

THE  EAGLE

This is my personal favorite, a good solid knob that is a little broader in the palm and makes swinging your cane while walking easy and comfortable.

THE  BUZZ

The most popular handle is also the most comfortable,
especially for people with hand issues.   The bump in the middle of the handle fits the palm perfectly. Shown in Red Oak; the stone is optional.

THE  BUZZARD

Again shown in Red Oak, this handle style is very comfortable.

LIZZIE  BORDEN

Modeled after a hatchet handle, a very comfortable
and secure grip, as with all the other handles it can be made large or small. Shown here in Mahogany.

LADIES  DAINTY

This grip is shaped for and comfortable for small hands or children.

BANKSIA KNOBS

These are turned knobs made from Banksia pods that are a type of pinecone that grow on the oldest genus of Pine that still exists and grows only in Australia and New Zealand.