Find a Stockist in Central London
Without doubt, our capital city offers some of the greatest style and the best shopping to be found anywhere in the world, so it is only natural that there are some very interesting sellers of walking sticks in London. Below, for the benefit of visitors in search of Classic Canes walking sticks in London, we recommend some of the leading walking stick shops in central London. They are all exceptional shops in different ways. Many of them are Royal Warrant holders, and all boast illustrious clienteles from around the world.
Classic Canes walking stick stockists are also found in other parts of London, and across the United Kingdom, so please contact us to locate your nearest stockist.
If you have time, be sure to admire the statue of that great cane user and fashion icon, Beau Brummell, posing elegantly at the Jermyn Street entrance to the Piccadilly Arcade (above left).
List of the Classic Canes stockists in Central London:
Davidoff of London
35 St James's Street SW1
Tel. 020 7930 3079
One of the finest cigar shops in the world, and with one of the best displays of Classic Canes walking sticks, folding canes and shooting sticks for all occasions. You can view them through the plate glass windows, but we recommend you go inside for walking stick advice from the urbane owner, Mr Edward Sahakian, and his elegant and stylish staff.
9 Pall Mall SW1
Tel. 020 7484 1000
One of London's leading country sports shops, this is the ideal destination for Classic Canes fisherman's wading staffs, thumbsticks and other rustic walking sticks to complete your country ensemble. Farlows has held a Royal Warrant since 1982 as suppliers of fishing tackle and waterproof clothing to HRH The Prince of Wales.
Geo F Trumper
9 Curzon Street W1
Tel. 020 7499 1850
1 Duke of York Street SW1
Tel. 020 7734 6553
Another old London business, Geo F Trumper was established in 1875 and is famous for its gentlemen's fragrances, shaving products and other essentials, including fine collectors' canes, silver walking sticks and animal head canes such as hares, ducks and gundogs.
James Purdey & Son Ltd
Audley House, 57-58 South Audley Street W1
Tel. 020 7499 1801
Another royal warrant holder and another long established business, the world famous gun specialist James Purdey & Sons Ltd can trace its origin to 1814. This is an excellent shop to visit in search of knobsticks, thumbsticks, staghorn and ramshorn walking sticks. Purdey's holds Royal Warrants from HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and HRH The Prince of Wales.
James Smith & Son (Umbrellas) Ltd
Hazelwood House, 53 New Oxford Street WC1
Tel. 020 7836 4731
This is a very special shop and visiting it is a treat that every walking stick or umbrella enthusiast should experience. A leading umbrella company for over 180 years, the New Oxford Street shop has been preserved as an excellent example of Victorian shop design. If you visit here to buy a crook, a derby cane, a knobstick, a contemporary cane or even a folding walking stick, you will benefit from some of the most specialist service and advice available in London today; the team is lead by the highly esteemed proprietor of this family business, Mr Robert Harvey.
John Bell & Croyden
50-54 Wigmore Street W1
Tel. 020 7935 5555
As Pharmacists to HM The Queen, John Bell & Croyden are leading experts in healthcare and mobility equipment. Able to trace its history to 1798, the Wigmore Street firm claims to have over 10,000 articles in stock, among them a wide range of Classic Canes everyday walking sticks, ladies fashionable walking sticks, folding canes, orthopaedic canes and contemporary and folding seat sticks.
Trafalgar Square WC2
Tel. 020 7747 2850
We are honoured to produce our National Gallery Collection in association with the Museum. The walking sticks in this collection feature artwork by such legendary artists as van Gogh, Stubbs and Monet and are available from the Museum's gift shops and website.
75 Lower Sloane Street SW1
Tel. 0207 259 9494
Oliver Brown is a gentlemen's and ladies' outfitter in Chelsea, just off Sloane Square. The shop was named after a brown dog called Oliver. Oliver Brown is the only retailer invited to trade at the racecourse during Royal Ascot week.
Segar & Snuff
27a The Market, Covent Garden WC2
Tel. 020 7836 8345
A very quaint shop within the famous Covent Garden area of London, Segar & Snuff specialises in tobacco products, pipes and lighters. Tobacconists have sold sticks for generations, so the shop's range of Classic Canes walking sticks, collectors' canes, folding canes and even Union Flag patterned canes maintains a long held tradition. You can also hear the opera singers and pose for a photograph with the famous statue of a Highlander at the entrance to the shop.
73 - 77 Regent Street W1
Tel. 020 7434 0880
The Highlands is renowned as an exceptional store in which to find Barbour jackets and country clothing. A range of Classic Canes walking sticks are stocked, including everyday wooden walking sticks and popular and convenient Classic Canes folding sticks in many colours and patterns.
Wigmore Medical Ltd
23 Wigmore Street W1
Tel. 020 7491 0111
Wigmore Medical specialises in many specialist medical and healthcare products. The pharmacy and shop on Wigmore Street provides expert advice on many healthcare matters in the heart of London, and the staff will help you select an appropriate Classic Canes everyday, folding or orthopaedic walking stick to suit your specific requirements.
67a St James's Street
Tel. 020 7493 0415
Founded in 1883, William Evans has long supplied dukes and maharajas with fine guns and the accessories to match. It is an ideal store in which to find elegant seat sticks and a choice of country walking sticks in a range of shapes, sizes and woods.