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A Perfect Partner For A Long Walk..

A Perfect Partner For A Long Walk.. Coldsteel is known for their tough cutlery.. But they also manufacture some specialty items.. including this Irish Blackthorn Walking Stick .. which is great to have in an emergency situation.. Based on the original Irish shillelaghs (which were outlawed during the British occupation).. but instead of being made from the Blackthorn bush.. this walking stick/war club is made from injection molded polypropylene.. which keeps if from cracking or…

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Irish Blackthorn Walking Sticks and Shillelaghs

Most popular Irish Walking Stick is the Blackthorn Irish Shillelagh. http://www.irishwalkingsticks.com/blackthornshillelaghirishwalkingstick.aspx

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An antique fob set with bloodstone and carved in the form of an Irish walking stick from Scottish agate.

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Authentic Irish Walking Sticks - Rhododendron 03

Authentic Irish Walking Sticks - Holly 15

Authentic Irish Walking Sticks - Holly 15

Authentic Irish Walking Sticks - Alder 07

Authentic Irish Walking Sticks - Alder 07

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Authentic Irish Walking Sticks - Ivy 04

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Blackthorn Irish Walking Stick

Blackthorn Irish Walking Stick

Authentic Irish Walking Sticks - Gorse 04

Authentic Irish Walking Sticks - Gorse 04

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Authentic Irish Walking Stick - Gorse

Authentic Irish Walking Stick - Gorse

Authentic and Rare Irish Walking Canes (Shillelaghs) | by Irish Walking Sticks and Canes - Irish handmade designer walking sticks and canes: Unique and great collectibles :

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Authentic Irish Walking Stick - Hawthorn

Authentic Irish Walking Stick - Hawthorn

Authentic Irish Walking Stick - Rhododendron

Authentic Irish Walking Stick - Rhododendron

Authentic Irish Walking Stick - Hazel

Authentic Irish Walking Stick - Hazel

The shillelagh is recognized (as a symbol of Irishness. Shillelagh fighting sticks were traditionally made from blackthorn, oak, ash or hazel and smeared with butter then placed up a chimney to season, giving the stick its typical shiny, black appearance. Some sticks would have their tops bored out and molten lead poured in to add extra weight to the butt of the stick.

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A RARE IRISH CARVED BOG OAK WALKING CANE 1890, with scrolling vines, shamrocks and serpent in relief, the jeweled finial on gilt metal, set with semi precious stones and central tiger eye, etched with scrolling shamrocks, 37'' (94cm)h.

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