Crook Canes-Walking Sticks
The design of a Crook Cane is very traditional in style, and was in vogue in Victorian and Edwardian times (19th early 20th centuries). The crook (perhaps refers to the crooked end or the turned end, used as a handle), may be held in either hand with the stick facing either forwards or backwards. It can also be used to hang the stick over the user’s arm when not in use.
The design of a Crook Cane walking stick is essentially simple, yet convenient. The upper end is turned downwards like an inverted ‘U’. This is achieved by steaming the cane, followed by turning (using mechanical braces and brackets) and finally drying it in that particular form.
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