Bronze stick head with semi-transparent patina, Celtic knotwork design on ferel. Shafts are available in various woods. By Deanne McKeown. $695.
Baltic amber mounted in 24K gold plate, by Byron McKeown. Hand turned Madagascar ebony shaft with gold plated tip.
Quartz crystal mounted in bronze, by Byron McKeown.
Scottish blackthorn shaft with bronze tip. $425. SOLD
In the fall of 1933, a 26 year old Katherine Houghton Hepburn boarded a United Airlines flight in Los Angeles. She flew to Kansas City, Missouri where she starred as 'Rosalind' in William Shakespeare's play, 'As You Like It.'
The play was presented in the luxurious Orpheum Theatre which was built in 1914 to resemble the Paris Opera House.
Ms. Hepburn stayed next door at the equally luxurious Muehlbach Hotel.
In 1962 the Orpheum Theatre was demolished to make room for an addition to the Hotel. The Theatre faded into history.
Unlike the theatre, Katherine Hepburn is vividly remembered by her many fans.
I designed this stick as a tribute to Katherine Hepburn's performance at the Orpheum. The solid brass head is purported to have been salvaged from the theatre's dressings rooms.
The shaft is laminated bamboo. The fittings are 100 grams of sterling silver and were cast in Sedona, Arizona.
One of a kind. $775.
Charoite Walking Stick
Shaft: American Hornbeam
Handle: Charoite cylinder set in lost wax cast bronze. Charoite was discovered in Russia in 1947 and is only found along the River Charo at Aldan, Russia. It wasn't brought to America until 1978.
One of a kind. $675
Shaft: Jabota (Brazilian Cherry)
Handle: Fluorite crystal set in lost wax cast bronze.
One of a kind. $625
Fluorite Crystal Walking Stick
Celtic Dragon Stick
A limited edition Celtic dragon design in sterling silver by Byron McKeown. 7oz sterling including tip. Burgundy finished maple shaft. $790.
The Hepburn Walking Stick
A Gentleman's Evening Stick
A Gentleman's Day Stick
The handle is 55 grams of collector grade natural banana amber which was mined in Kaliningrad, Russia, the largest amber mine in the world. The amber is set in lost wax cast bronze. The shaft is wenge.
The handle is 45 grams of collector grade natural banana amber which was mined in Kaliningrad, Russia, the largest amber mine in the world. The amber is set in lost wax cast bronze. The shaft is
A Celtic Field Stick
The handle is Scottish red deer antler with a horn palm rest set in a lost wax cast bronze bezel. The shaft is English Hawthorne.
Cathedral Crystal Stick
Carved quartz crystal set in 137 gr. sterling silver.
Zircote shaft with fitted sterling tip
Celtic Field Stick
Scottish red deer antler with
Set in lost wax cast bronze.
Scottish Blackthorn shaft. $430.
Faceted quartz crystal set in lost wax cast bronze.
Cocobola shaft with fitted bronze tip.
Tee Handle Fossil Stick
Orthoceras fossil, Devonian Period, 400 million BC.