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  1. Fancy Cane #029: Claro Black Walnut & Figured Cherry

    This is a more conservative combination of woods. It's one of the more simple combinations of wood that I've done, but I've shaped the handle to be as ergonomic as possible and with some nice design to it to give the user a sense of style. (I am trying to abolish those ugly aluminum and simple...
  2. Canes for Wounded Warriors

    These are just a sample of the canes that my husband and I have created to give the cane user a custom ergonomic cane that provides comfort, stability and style, a just because you need a walking aide, doesn't mean that you can't have a sense of style with an artistically designed piece of...
  3. Fancy Cane #048: Macadamia Spray, Brazilian Ebony & Maca Wood

    This is a slender designed cane with a more elegant style. This is the sister piece of macadamia that I used for Cane #040. I found some extraordinary macadamia that has a spray of orange imbedded in the darker red wood. It is such a hard and dense wood that I can use a cross grain section...
  4. Fancy Custom Cane #167: Figured Sunray Black Walnut, Gabon Ebony & Sapele

    A gentleman requested a custom ergonomic cane made with a highly figured Claro Black Walnut crotch cross grain that is one of my favorite woods. As noted, this grain is from the crotch section of the tree where the grains merge and create some of the most beautiful feathered sun-ray pattern in...
  5. Custom Fancy Ladies Cane #051: Manzanita Burl, Tiger/Flame Maple & Purpleheart

    This is an elegant ladies cane made for a small hand. The handle is made of Manzanita Burl which I'm quite fond of, especially with the sunray of colors. Manzanita is known to have voids and cracks that some wood workers may choose to stay away from, but I rather like the imperfections as...
  6. Custom Cane #147: Black & White Ebony, Afzelia Pommele, Tiger Maple, Gabon Ebony, Freshwater Pearls

    This is an attempt in using naturally colored woods together with stained hardwoods. I usually stay away from using any form of stain or dye, as I believe the natural beauty of the wood should be shown and highlighted with a simple finish of oil, wax or poly combination that also protects the...
  7. Custom Cane #148: Ironwood, Gabon Ebony, Padauk, Rosewood [Starry Night Cane]

    This cane is made of an exquisite piece of ironwood from Arizona. There are different types of ironwood and I suspect that not only was this tree a slow growing hardwood that endured many decades of extremely high temperature and arid conditions, but also that the tree may have been partially...
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