|License to strut Add even more style to your swagger with the Knightsbridge Walking Stick. During the 17th century through the early 20th century, a high quality wooden cane was a vital accessory for the discerning man. The number of canes a man owned spoke of his wealth and status, with many a fine gent changing his canes several times a day. It was highly likely that a refined gentleman of this era would own a day and a night cane. Our Knightsbridge Walking Stick is a dapper tip of the hat to the sharp-dressed man of a simpler time. Crafted from a solid shaft of imported Sheesham (Indian Rosewood) and finished with layers of black lacquer for a warm and lustrous sheen. A classic Derby handle made of solid brass invites a strong grip or casual lean with sturdy style. A tasteful amount of engraved flourishes adds flair while improving your grip while a black rubber tip steadies your stance. You license to strut is right here.