Here's an example that may help, however, it's new glass made to look old. They came as a set of two and I cut the spindle in half with a hacksaw - still got the other half (shown) - just so I could take this picture for you today.
Yes...have done that multiple times, using 2 part epoxy - separate tubes which I prefer rather than single plastic tube (squeezing out exact portions). Here's some of the canes I've used that product on and am quite pleased with the result - no complains thus far. The "clock face" drawer pull cane was sent to one of our wounded war heroes, hope to have a picture of her with this cane later today.
IF I'm bonding wood to wood I used a dowel screw and wood glue. However, if it's metal to wood I use the 2-part epoxy. I do my best do drill the hole the same dia as the threaded rod and then "screw" it into the shank. Just before the final few turns in all instances I apply a good portion of the tacky stuff...and wipe away the excess, if necessary.
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