There are many stands available to display canes, in a variety of materials. Below are some examples. Note that care must be taken to keep your sticks out of direct sunlight. When adding to existing stands or moving your treasures, make sure not to bump your sticks together!
Walnut cane stand marked FBM Company, Hoboken, NJ (see plate below).
Wrought iron cane stand ca. 1880-1900.
“Best” Canes oak slat top glass display case. 72 hole interior, quarter sawn oak, 51” high x 28” wide x 27”. Brass rectangular tag affixed to bottom front panel reads, “Jos. Knittel Showcase Co., Quincy, IL.”
Walnut fan-shaped cane stand.
Hall tree cane/umbrella stand.
Majolica pottery cane/umbrella stand.
Mission style cane/umbrella stand.
Brass cane/umbrella stand.
Wall mountable wall-rack for canes/walking sticks. Embossed bright iron, 16″ long and 3 1/8″deep. The underside is painted black with “Patent” impressed into the metal. There are six slots with movable pins that push in and out, to store or remove the canes. Iron tray to be mounted beneath the top that has six receptacles for the ferrules. Possibly English, ca. 1900.