Sticks and Staffs

Sticks and staffs can be used for a variety of practical and magickal purposes.
Here at Arcanus, Willie creates beautiful pieces made from a combination of hazel wood and antler
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Sticks can be made to your individual requirements or bought from stock.
Prices range between £40 - £60



 
 
The majority of our sticks are hazel, and as a rule, are generally not over straightened.

We use deer antler and twisted hazel for the handle, a decorated collar, and antler ferrule - or a combination of the three.

We prefer our sticks to be left as 'long' as the hazel shank allows - if you would prefer a particular length, that is not a problem.

 All sticks are finished with several coats of yacht varnish.

 

The photograph above shows a pentacle embedded in the handle.
 
 
 
The photograph above illustrates the type of sticks we currently make:. From left to right:
 
Thumb Stick
Antler Crown
Antler Role
Twisted Hazel 1
Twisted Hazel 2


Please use the contact form if you wish to comission a particular type of stick, or alternatively call into 'Mrs Darley's Herbal' in Bewdley Museum in Worcestershire and take a look at our current stock.



Thank you for your interest in our sticks and staffs

















 
OCTOBER 2017

October brings us not only an interesting night sky, but also calls us to celebrate one of the most important Pagan festivals.
  On the 5th, the full Wine Moon lights our skies - the Moon thought to be blessed by the gods, whilst the 19th heralds the birth of the new Blood Moon, when the gods were asked to strengthen the blood of the tribe before the winter closed in.
The Orionids meteor shower makes for a night time treat on the 21st, as approximately 20 meteors per hour could be visible in the south east after midnight.
On Saturday 29th, our clocks fall backwards as summertime comes to an end and dark evenings once again close in.
On 31st, the Pagan festival of Samhain marks the end of the old Celtic Year, bids a final goodbye to summer and honours those who have walked the Earth plane before us.
As we enter the cauldron of closings, may we give thanks for the year that is past and for those who once shared our lives, lay to rest that which no longer serves and finally emerge refreshed, to welcome in the new.