How to rock a walking stick
18 carats of turquoise gives this classic men's accessory a distinctive edge
In the 17th century, the walking stick overtook the sword as an essential part of a gentleman’s wardrobe. Though it was primarily used as a decorative accessory, it could also function as a weapon if necessary. Some walking sticks – known as swordsticks— even concealed knives and swords for defense. For men of the era, these walking sticks were a statement piece, and a way to communicate a man’s wealth and refinement.
Today, they still represent status and prosperity–– a way to show off your deep pockets without being too flashy. In that vein, we present the Santa Fe Walking Stick. Made of eucalyptus wood painted a glossy black with an antiqued silver-finished sculpted handle, what gives this piece of finery a distinctive edge is an 18-carat enhanced turquoise inlay, enhanced to bring out its best blues. Don’t be bashful about your affluence. See why the Santa Fe Walking Stick is the embodiment of sophisticated elegance for the modern gentleman.
- 18ctw enhanced turquoise
- Antiqued silver-finished scuplted brass handle
- Eucalyptus wood
- Rubber tip supports up to 250 pounds
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