"Jambis" Chestnut Crook
This crook is a conversation piece! The intricate carvings of this Jambis-imitation design highlight the excellent German craftsmanship.
Made from a single piece of sweet chestnut that has been slightly scorched with a satin finish. No two are alike--natural variations of the wood and hand craftsmanship ensure that each piece is unique. Height is approximately 54 inches and is finished at the bottom with a nickel-plated ferrule.
In 1868, in the small community of Lindewerra, Germany, an unassuming man named Johannes began producing walking sticks as supplemental income. It was his son, Louis, who took production to a new level—by developing new styles, tools and techniques.
During the volatile post-WWII years, the business was moved from Lindewerra (in East Germany) across the border to Bad Sooden-Allendorf (West Germany). By the 1970s, over 600,000 sticks were produced annually. As production and facilities grew, the business expanded into orthopedic walking aids.
Today, the same family now employs over 40 craftsmen in two production facilities. Their focus remains on classic walking sticks, natural canes and hunting sticks. Alloy and carbon poles have also been added to their product offering. Although they are outfitted with modern and efficient equipment, many of wooden sticks are crafted the same way they were in 1868—by careful hands, vintage tools, and unparalleled skill.
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Donald S from California
Beautifully made, lightweight and strong.
Helps me keep my footing in the field and especially when the sheep are gathering too close to me.
It’s also easier for the dogs to see at a distance.
Sean O from Connecticut
This is my 'getting up' cane. I am doing much of my gardening on my knees and at at my age I need a stick to help me get up.
Kara C from California
Would have been a perfectly beautiful piece of art if it wasn't defiled by the "Premier 1" logo carved into it.
Rick D from Vermont
Quite nice as a decor piece. Lighter weight and more delicate than expected but it’s not a working tool so not a problem.
Edward S from Washington
Looks great and is functional. If you work with goats/sheep def makes catching straggler or escapee not so frustrating. I do alot of walks with my goats and my only suggestion is the metal piece on bottom could be a little more robust but I do alot of walking.