Sidewinder Rattlesnake Knob Cane

I carved this knob-style cane from Oregon Juniper wood.  It features a Sidewinder Rattlesnake, a Deer Mouse and a moth.  It is completely carved out of a single piece of wood.  It will be hand painted and coated with a protective polyurethane.

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24 thoughts on “Sidewinder Rattlesnake Knob Cane

  1. You work as I am sure you have heard is AWESOME !!!!!!!!!!I have to tell you when I first saw your walking sticks I thought You attached a stuffed snake to them….THEN I SAW YOUR VIDEO!!!!!!!!!!!! So my Deepest Apologies on My Assumption.

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    • Thank you, Richard! I’ve actually had a lot of people think that they were stuffed snakes. That’s why I decided to make videos to prove that they were carved from a piece of wood. Thanks for the nice comment!

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  2. What would a copperhead stick cost? And the cost for a rattlesnake -kings naked stick? Your work is fantastic.  Sterling Williamson 

    Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone

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    • Hi, Sterellie
      Thank you for your interest in my walking sticks.
      I’ve gotten so far behind on custom orders that I felt like it was best that I stopped taking orders until I’m caught up. As it is I’m now around 2 years behind. Thank you for your nice comment. I look forward to hearing from you again in the future.
      Mike

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  3. Oh how I wish I would have requested a mouse or lizard for my beautiful copperhead cane. I use it every day and it draws attention and comments from everyone who sees it.
    Lorraine

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  4. Mike…..I would love for you to make me a double headed albino burmese phython with fangs sticking out the mouth!The bodies must be LARGE connecting both heads and as your work proves itself it has to look like both heads is ready to ATTACK!Could you please make this cane for me! Best Regards, Syrussssss

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  5. 2 years behind?! I’d wait 10 years for one of these. They are incredible. I’m 60 now. Maybe I won’t need a walking stick for another 20.. but just to have one — what a treasure. I’d use it anyway. My knees are starting to make audible sounds when I go uphill. 🙂

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  6. Thanks for your answer. I wish you could make a copperhead cane for me (6’1″) that could stand on its own. I will still buy one if not. Please keep me posted.

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    • Thanks for your comment! I’m not sure that a self standing cane would be strong enough being made out of wood. But I’d be happy to discuss the details and price with you on my Etsy site. stinnettstudio.etsy.com

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  7. Greetings,
    I would love to learn how I can purchase one of your amazing custom rattlesnake canes.
    Could you please tell me what the process is.

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