- Comes installed with a complimentary high-quality 18mm rubber tip
- Hand-crafted in France
This piece of art demonstrates three Puerto Rican, Coquies climbing a tree limb, set on top of a beautiful carbon fiber shaft. These tree frogs are known as the mascot of Puerto Rico. These singing frogs are native to the island and what we believe to be the most amazing species of amphibian. Frog collectors will absolutely adore this cane. Handle is designed and casted out of solid pewter. The silver plated handle is quite a piece of art and is sure to be topic of so many conversations. Used a collection piece or simply as a walking cane, this well-crafted beauty will more than satisfy your expectations. Don't just settle for ordinary, when you could be using a walking stick this extraordinary. They say that the Coqui never sings after leaving the island of Puerto Rico, well we know you will not stop singing once you receive your new walking cane, since you will be over-whelmed with joy and excitement. Click-on the tab below the picture to see a closer image.
This cane is manufactured by Fayet
The "Standard Size"for this cane is "38 Inches". This is the maximum length that this cane can be sold.
The Approximate Maximum User Height for this cane is 6'3".
(You may choose to have the cane shortened if the "Optional Sizing" option is available under the "Add to Cart" button.)
Approximate Size Guide for User's Height to Length of Cane
*These are approximate measurements
* PLEASE NOTE: There is No Minimum Height Requirement for this Cane. These are rough estimates of the User's Height to Cane Height and the cane MUST be checked for the correct size before use to prevent injury. Please see Step #2 from the full sizing guide