Thumbsticks are used for balance and something to lean on when out and about.
Wading sticks are used by fishermen and huntsmen to test the depth of water and to keep their balance when crossing a body of water.
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Silver or chrome plated walking sticks are used in funeral and wedding ceremonies as the traditional gentlemen’s accessory.
Again, these are functional sticks but with another purpose too.
Read more For many people, the mere mention of a cane or walking stick conjures images of crutches used by frail, elderly types to support and steady themselves.
The most interesting of these is the gadget canes, which stealthily conceal everything from weapons to alcohol, perfume, or specialty equipment like medical supplies or fishing gear.Made from wood, animal horn, bone, or porcelain, they may also be inlaid or topped with precious gemstones.With gorgeous details and an exotic appeal, wooden canes are statement pieces that finish off a look with elegant style.Whether a 19th-century seat antique cane, which folds out to form a three-legged stool, or Tyrolean walking sticks that may have helped someone trek through the Swiss Alps, antique canes are much more than tools for practical support.Rather, they are collectible trophies offering beautifully crafted windows into past.Walking is excellent exercise and the two go hand in hand.