All of our traditional Irish walking sticks, are harvested by ourselves in the West of Ireland, in County Sligo, they are then seasoned, de-thorned, and shaped by hand, which can take many hours, the heads are handcarved, and handmade from the root that the stick once grew from, this is where the skill of the stickmaker is shown, they are then sealed and finished using ancient traditional Irish methods, to enhance the Natural beauty of the dark plum colour of the wood, the larger the stick and the root ball, the older and more rare the Shillelagh will be.
These Batas are probably as close to the real Shillelagh, as to what the ancient Irish would have carried, and would have used for centuries in battles, and in fights, they are serious collectors items, that can be in your family for generations.
Our Walking sticks can be supplied with a hard wearing rubber ferrule for practical use, or an antique brass ferrule for dress or formal use.
We can now offer on selected Shillelagh's, Silver plated and 18ct Gold plated Ferrules
A full history about the Shillelagh and its origins is included with every Walking Stick, and a certificate of authenticity will be issued with every one, so you can be assured your Shillelagh is 100% Irish, and truly unique as no two Walking Sticks are the same.
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Why not personalize your Shillelagh, with a title, or name, we can Brand your monogram, surname, or place name onto any of our Walking Sticks.
Our Shillelagh Walking sticks range in price from 100 euros to over 200 euros, for the more unusual and unique root ball items.
Remember each Shillelagh is a one off, totally unique.