Produced by Classic Canes under licence from The National Gallery in London, this adjustable derby cane features a repeating design of 'Whistlejacket' by George Stubbs, 1724-1806. 'Whistlejacket' was a favourite stallion of the 2nd Marquess of Rockingham and was painted in about 1762. The masterpiece was bought by The National Gallery in 1997 with support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.
This cane is height adjustable between 77 and 100cm (approx 30.5 - 39.5") making it suitable for a wide variety of users' heights. Fitted with a non-slip rubber ferrule.
Item weight: 315g.
Ferrule diameter: 16mm.
Classic Canes Brand Story
In the late 1970s, Ben and Diana Porter bought Warren House, a romantic but ruined property set deep in a Somerset woodland. They fell in love with the location, gradually rebuilt the house and discovered the surrounding woodland was suitable for growing the raw material for walking sticks. In 1982, a small range of sticks was offered to local shopkeepers, who soon demanded a wider selection. The family business grew steadily to include more products, employ more people and serve increasingly far-flung customers. Today, Classic Canes supplies a range of over 600 products to retails in more than 400 countries.