Chestnut Crook – Congo by Classic Canes. The congo effect is produced by pinching the growing chestnut stick at intervals along its length, a year before it is due to be harvested. The wounds then grow over. When the stick is harvested, the bark is removed to reveal the knobbly cane underneath. Fitted with a non-slip rubber ferrule. Overall height: 36″. Weight: 320g. Made in England.
Chestnut Crook – Congo Features
Made from Chestnut
Non-Slip Rubber Ferrule
About Classic Canes
Classic Canes supplies over 700 walking sticks, seat sticks, and umbrellas to approximately 40 countries. Their collection of canes includes everyday, orthopedic, folding walking sticks, seat sticks, shooting sticks, capsules, and golf umbrellas. Also, Classic Canes made their mark for ladies’ fashionable walking sticks. They introduced them to the British market in the 1980s.
Classic Canes Limited is a British family business. The company was established in 1982 by Ben and Diana Porter. Charlotte, the managing director, is their daughter and has worked at Classic Canes since 2003. She is the artist behind many of their patterned walking sticks and canes. They are based in Somerset, England.