Walking-Canes.net Has Received the Shillelagh Irish Blackthorn Knobstick
Shillelagh Walking Sticks is now in stock.
Lady Lake, FL (PRWEB) July 16, 2013
Walking-Canes.Net has just received a new shipment of English Blackthorn Shillelagh Sticks from England. The Shillelagh is a sought after stick and sells out quickly. Once the sticks have sold out, it may be months before more are received. Also included in the shipment is the Blackthorn Knobstick, which is the single most popular Knobstick in the world. Many of the walking stick collectors search the world over for the perfect Blackthorn Shillelagh Knobstick.
The Shillelagh Knobstick has become so popular, the demand is outstripping the supply by two to one. The Blackthorn bush is mostly grown in England, Scotland and Ireland. Each bush can only produce but so many of the perfect knobsticks. The supplier grows the bushes on the company property to assure a good product.
The Shillelagh gets its popularity from the Irish Bartenders who kept one these items behind the bar to defend the patrons and well as the bartender. The name "Peacekeeper" became the nickname of this stick. Many of the bartenders used this item to help keep the peace.
All of the Blackthorn Shillelagh’s come with the bad thorns cut off as to not stick or infect anyone who may be using one.
Many gift shops sell the imported and look-a-like Blackthorn Shillelagh’s made of heavy duty plastic. The ones sold on walking-canes.net are the real authentic sticks and backed by a money back 100% guarantee. If unsatisfied, the product can be returned. Please call customer service at 1-888-928-1774 and it is open seven days a week.
The Shillelagh Stick comes between18-22 inches long and the normal Blackthorn Knobstick comes in 36 inches lengths. One of the other Blackthorn options available to the public is the Derby Blackthorn Walking Stick. The item cane be cut to size to meet a required height. Call customer service to reserve one today.
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