Copperhead Snake Walking Stick #38

I hand-carved this Copperhead Snake walking stick out of a single piece of Lodgepole Pine and hand painted it.  This one has it’s head lifted off the stick; so I had to start with a 4-inch diameter log in order to get the clearance I needed.

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14 thoughts on “Copperhead Snake Walking Stick #38

  1. Hi michael, are u working on a copperhead but like style #35?

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    Sunday, August 30, 2015, 4:20 PM -0400 from Walking Sticks and Original paintings by Mike Stinnett : >Stinnett Studio posted: “I hand-carved this Copperhead Snake walking stick out of a single piece of Lodgepole PIne and hand painted it.  This one has it’s head lifted off the stick; so I had to start with a 4-inch diameter log in order to get the clearance I needed.

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  2. Yet again Mike a superb job it looks as it it is just sitting on top if the stick itself and you would never guess that it was attached.

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  3. Another museum quality carving. It’s a beauty!! I have copperhead walking cane # 36 and wherever I go it’s always the center of attention.

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  4. Hi Mike, Another truly great piece of carving – I love the look of this one – You have a wonderful talent to create such natural looking snakes! I feel very lucky to be able to have one of your great sticks to enjoy! Please keep sharing your work – I look forward to each new creation!
    Best Wishes, Andy in Engalnd

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  5. First off your walking sticks are amazing! I would like to oder one from you. Do you carry an inventory or are they made upon request? Do I get to choose type of snake on the hiking stick? do I get to choose the wood type or the overall lenght? Thank you – im very interested.

    cpatow@gmail.com

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    • Thank you Craig! I don’t usually have an inventory of sticks and I have a long waiting list. But I would be happy to visit with you about a custom order if you will please send me a message on stinnettstudio.etsy.com
      You are welcome to choose the type of snake and length and whatever else you want on it. But I have to use the types of wood that I have available. Thanks a lot for asking and I look forward to hearing from you!

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