Winfield Antique Canes have decided to retire. We would like to thank all of our friends and customers for the support they have given us over the years. as avid collectors ourselves, we will still be actively involved in the cane community, especially the Antique Cane society conferences.
Many Thanks
Frank and Shaun

When you have no companion, look to your walking stick

Beware the man who will not engage in conversation, he is planning to steal your walking stick or water your stock.

Without my walking stick I’d go insane

Between 1870 and 1915 more than 1500 patents were issued for canes fitted with telescopes, fans, perfume bottles, trumpets etc.

130 whole or partial sticks or staffs, were found in King Tutankhamun tomb often thought left there to assist and protect him in the afterlife.

Albanian Proverb
William Emerson
Irving Berlin


  • Hungry skeletons cane
  • Umbrella with scenes of village life.
  • A malacca  shaft cane with ivory ferrule and gilt collar
  • Balinese teak dragon cane
  • A one piece hawthorn cane depicting the Scottish poet Robbie Burns
  • Monocled Man Cane
  • Exotic shaft cane with ivory handle of a jockey wearing his cap and holding his ...
  • Cane with ivory handle of an Edwardian lady in a bonnet.
  • Ivory monkey cane with malacca shaft and gold collar
  • Tall Georgian dandy cane with ivory handle.
  • Snooker Cue Cane
  • Umbrella with Burmese silver handle.
  • Phrenology cane set on an ebony shaft
  • Automaton Monkey Walking Cane.
  • Cane with ivory walnut handle
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