Deer Antler Canes and Walking Sticks For Sale

Here you will find a large choice of deer antler canes for sale, as well as other accessories to use in crafting your own. If you're just looking for an antler handle to add-on to a cane you already have, you'll find those available as well. To get started, simply browse the listings on this page and click on any of the canes you're interested in to learn more about them.

Deer Antler Cane Uses

Canes made with deer antlers are beautiful items and while they do have an obvious purpose, some people keep them around just because they're pleasing to look at. If you own a hunting club or cabin, you might want to add a little character to it by having some deer antler items around. Simply placing a deer antler cane in the living room or by the front door will add a touch of style to the atmosphere. When a guests comes over to your home or cabin, chances are they'll immediately ask you about the cane after seeing it.

Not only do deer antler canes make great conversation starters and collectibles, but they're also perfect to use as walking sticks. When you go for your morning or afternoon walk around the neighborhood, take one with you. Planning on taking a trip to the mountains or woods to do some hiking in the future? Deer antler canes are perfect for taking on adventures like these, as they will help give you some much-needed balance while you navigate through uneven terrain. Besides, who wouldn't want to show off their new antler cane to their buddies?

Wolf Eagle Indian Cane Knife Handle in Elk Shed Deer Antler Carving 60002511
Wolf Eagle Indian Cane Knife Handle in Elk Shed Deer Antler Carving 60002511
$44.99
End Date: Sunday Sep-21-2014 18:32:02 PDT
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VINTAGE DEER ANTLER WALKING STICK CANE          rj1
VINTAGE DEER ANTLER WALKING STICK CANE rj1
$37.12
End Date: Sunday Oct-12-2014 10:41:09 PDT
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Pear Cane With Deer Antler Handle Original Work by John Norman
Pear Cane With Deer Antler Handle Original Work by John Norman
$40.00
End Date: Sunday Oct-12-2014 13:08:57 PDT
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SPLINT CANE DEER ANTLER HAND WOVEN BASKET PROFESSIONALY DONE
SPLINT CANE DEER ANTLER HAND WOVEN BASKET PROFESSIONALY DONE
$129.00
End Date: Tuesday Sep-23-2014 19:02:29 PDT
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Sycamore Cane With Deer Antler Handle Original Work by John Norman
Sycamore Cane With Deer Antler Handle Original Work by John Norman
$40.00
End Date: Sunday Oct-12-2014 13:04:54 PDT
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HANDCARVED GRIZZLY BEAR DEER ANTLER CANE HANDLE grip
HANDCARVED GRIZZLY BEAR DEER ANTLER CANE HANDLE grip
$93.88
End Date: Tuesday Sep-30-2014 18:25:51 PDT
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Handmade Wooden Walking Cane with Deer Antler Handle
Handmade Wooden Walking Cane with Deer Antler Handle
$25.00
End Date: Monday Sep-22-2014 19:01:31 PDT
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Fallow Deer U Antler DIAMOND WILLOW walking stick cane
Fallow Deer U Antler DIAMOND WILLOW walking stick cane
$109.00
End Date: Sunday Oct-12-2014 18:30:39 PDT
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rare Dogwood twisty Cane Prime FALLOW DEER ANTLER bone handle walking stick gift
rare Dogwood twisty Cane Prime FALLOW DEER ANTLER bone handle walking stick gift
$189.00
End Date: Monday Oct-13-2014 15:25:04 PDT
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spaulted walnut Mule DEER ANTLER tapered dress CANE walking stick signed dated
spaulted walnut Mule DEER ANTLER tapered dress CANE walking stick signed dated
$139.00
End Date: Tuesday Sep-30-2014 10:34:32 PDT
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Massive Mineral Mix Deer Cane Elk Natural Buck Antler
Massive Mineral Mix Deer Cane Elk Natural Buck Antler
$21.00
End Date: Wednesday Oct-1-2014 12:58:41 PDT
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CANDY CANE DEER ANTLERS NEW WITH TAGS
CANDY CANE DEER ANTLERS NEW WITH TAGS
$9.95
End Date: Saturday Sep-20-2014 6:23:57 PDT
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Native American All Natural Hand Crafted Diamond Willow Deer Antler Cane
Native American All Natural Hand Crafted Diamond Willow Deer Antler Cane
$33.00
End Date: Monday Sep-22-2014 20:29:18 PDT
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X long FALLOW DEER ANTLER CANE HANDLE walking sticks
X long FALLOW DEER ANTLER CANE HANDLE walking sticks
$39.00
End Date: Friday Oct-3-2014 15:27:59 PDT
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Antique Deer Foot  Antler Staff Handle Cane Stick FREE SHIPPING
Antique Deer Foot Antler Staff Handle Cane Stick FREE SHIPPING
$64.99
End Date: Tuesday Sep-23-2014 0:09:32 PDT
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Things To Consider When Looking For an Antler Cane

Typically, deer antler canes aren't crafted using entirely antlers, but instead it's usually just the tip or handle that's made with the antlers. The means the materials used in the canes construction will vary. Be sure to read the item description carefully to find what material it's made of. Some of the popular ones sold are skillfully crafted using hickory, mahogany or walnut as the material for the cane. These produce attractive, yet extremely durable canes that will offer you many years of use.

Since most antler canes are hand-crafted by people like you and me and not mass-produced by big companies, you'll find that they vary greatly in size, shape and appearance. These are all things you should consider when you shop for one, especially length. If you're a tall person, you'll definitely want a cane that's at least long enough to touch the ground when you're standing and holding it. But if you're buying a cane for a kid, you probably want one that's much shorter. Ask yourself how the cane will look and function in your hands and then narrow your selection down to those that are just the right size.

Here's a quick overview of some of the things you should consider when shopping for a deer antler cane:

  • Unless you want to be hunched over all the time, make sure the cane is built to fit your specific height.
  • Take into account the thickness of the cane, as this ultimately translates into strength and durability. The thicker a deer antler cane is, the better it's going to hold up when placed under stress.
  • If you plan on using your new antler cane as a decorative accessory inside the home, you'll want to choose one that's going to easily match with the surrounding decor. Most basic tan to white colored antler canes should match well in rustic styled homes.
  • Do some research beforehand to find out what material the cane is made of. While some canes and walking sticks are made of 100% deer antlers, others are only partially made with antlers. There's nothing wrong with a cane or walking stick having other materials, but you need to know what they are so you can properly care for them.
  • Lastly, always keep in mind the price when you're shopping around for new antler canes. Some of the cheaper ones start at $40 bucks, while the more expensive ones can easily run upwards of $200 or more.
Cane Cleaning Products

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Antler Cane Cleaning and Maintenance

Unless you plan on leaving your antler cane up against the wall strictly for aesthetic purposes, chances are it will accumulate dirt and dust from time to time. When you're carrying it around on hikes through the woods, this is inevitably going to happen no matter how hard you try to prevent it. Don't worry, as cleaning an antler cane is a quick and easy process that you can do in just a few minutes of your spare time.

So what's the best way to clean and care for your antler cane? If there's only minor dirt or mud stuck to it, take a warm cloth with a small amount of mild dish soap and wipe it down. You may have to put a little more elbow grease into areas with built-up dirt or mud, as it might not come off easily. Once you're through, however, you should then take a clean towel to thoroughly dry it off. Depending on what material the cane is made of, moisture can warp or even cause it to rot, which is why it's important to dry it afterwards.

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