Buttock Erotic Cane-Ca. 1890-L-shaped erotic ivory handle with the backside of a woman deeply carved on its vertical stem, malacca shaft a slender turned ivory collar and a long stag horn ferrule. A one-of-a-kind erotic which has that touch of eccentricity that never goes amiss and praised by striking character lines to the ivory handle. Size Handle is H. 3 ½” x 2 ½”, overall length 36 ¾ inches. No imperfections noted.
Impressive Silver Art Nouveau Dress Cane-Ca. 1910-Long silver handle topped by a tapering loop ending with a flower, ebony shaft and a metal ferule. The upswept petals of the flower show some traces of gilding and speak for a cyclamen, and, the floral twig with buds applied on the vertical stem hints in that direction as well. German hallmarks. Size; Handle is H. 7” x 3”, overall length 36 ¼ inches. Great condition.
Feminine Silver Dress Cane-Ca. 1890-Silver handle hand chased and engraved with various panels of different flowers, scrolls and shells on its stretching stem and with a crown of flowers on the round and flattened knob, mahogany shaft and a copper ferrule. Superb condition. Size; Handle is H. 3” x 1”, overall length 40 ½ inches.
Antique Silver Dress Cane-Ca. 1880-Long, vertical and tapering silver handle totally hand chased and engraved with scrolls, foliage and blooms, coco palm wood shaft and a brass ferrule. An exceptional size paired with a high relief and fine surface detail make of this scepter-like Anglo-Indian Kutch cane a desirable and first rate collectible. Size; Handle is H. 7 ¼” x 1”, overall length is 35 ¼ inches, no condition issues noted.
Ivory Figural Cane-Ca. 1880-Ivory knob carved to depict the head of a young girl with chubby face and long hear wearing a riding cap, plain turned metal collar, mahogany shaft and a stag horn ferrule. Delightful child portraiture and emphasized by a century old patina. Size; Handle is H. 2” x 1 ¼”, overall length is 39 ¾ inches. Condition is consistent with age.
Well crafted Ivory French Bulldog Cane-Ca. 1890-Opera shaped handle carved with a prone French Bulldog. The canine shows all the characteristics of the breed and has cut ears and tail. A slightly cartooned approach to the carving as well as two dark red eyes inset wide apart lend it charm and vivacity. The handle aged well with a smooth surface and uniform, natural patina and comes on a dark rosewood shaft with a plain silver collar and a horn ferrule. Possibly French. Size; Handle is H...
Ivory and Mother of Pearl Cane-Ca. 1900-Straight ivory handle fashioned in a flattened shape with faux sprig and applied with a cavorting Cupid among engraved floral. Ebony shaft with a metal collar and an ivory ferrule. Delicate and decorative feminine of a most likely French origin-H. 4” x ¾”, overall length is 38 ¾ inches, good condition.
Finely crafted Ivory Cat and Mouse Cane- Ca. 1900. A carved ivory cat atop what appears to be a tree trunk which is about to jump upon a large rat, gold filled lower handle engraved “Mrs. Captain. G.” exotic wood shaft, brass ferrule. Size; H- 1 1/8” x 2 ½”, overall length is 34 ¼ inches. Condition Report; Very good condition.
Stag Snake Cake- Ca. 20th century- An expert carving of a snake entwined on a deer antler, signed sterling collar, beautiful snake-wood shaft and a 3“ stage ferrule. Size; H- 4 ¼“ x 3“. overall length is 36 inches. Condition Report; Excellent condition.
Well crafted antique ivory Dress Cane- Ca. 1875- A high relief carved handle with belt buckle collar, probably also used as a riding crop but cane length, malacca shaft and 4” ivory ferrule H- 5 ½” x ¾” O.L- 36”
This is a pair of antique silver Dutch salt and pepper shakers in form of a young girl and a boy statue dressed beautifully in their traditional attires. The shakers have 800 silver stamp on their feet with an overall delightful old patina and in excellent condition for their age relating to 1920s. Their feet are conveniently movable to pour salt and pepper.
This lovely set of Dutch shakers has the following dimensions and weight:
This very attractive sterling silver ink stand was made by John Grinsell & Sons of London in 1895. The hallmarks on the front of the base are slightly worn, but the marks on the other components are very crisp as can be seen in the photos below. All pieces in this inkstand are marked-the candlestick and its sconce as well as the pierced enclosures containing the ink wells and their lids...
This is a great walking stick with a silver top that pulls out to reveal a sword. With a fancy monogram on the top, this very handsome stick has a briggs sword blade that measures 17 1/2" long. The stick itself measures 37 1/4" x 1 3/4" x 1 3/4". The collar is 1/8". The ferrule is 1 1/4". the handle is 2 1/4" x 1 3/4" x 1 3/4".
This is a great "Tipplers" walking stick from the late 19th Century. A nice firm example with both glass and tube, copper handle and collar, maple shaft and an iron ferrule. Used to carry ones beverage on a walk! This stick measures 36" x 1" x 1". The inside glass vile is 15". The glass topper is 2 1/2". The handle itself is 1" x 1" x 1", and the ferrule is 1" as well.
This is a wonderful silver handle mermaid walking stick that pulls out to reveal a sword. Great detail and design on the mermaid. The sword is 19" long. The stick measures 34" x 3 1/2" x 1". The handle is 3" x 3 1/2" x 1". The ferrule is 1". A really unusual stick!
This is a great sword walking stick that features an alligator as the handle. The blade on this stick is 14 5/8". The stick itself measures 34 1/4' x 4" x 1 5/8". The horn tip is 5/8".
This is a great carved ivory walking stick that is also a sword stick. The blade of this sword is 25 1/4" long. The stick itself measures 36 1/2" x 4 1/8" x 1 3/4". The ferrule is ivory and measures 3/8".
This is a great carved ivory cockatoo that is also a sword. The blade is 26 1/2" long. Notice the wonderful carving and glass eyes of the bird. This stick measures 36" x 3 1/2" x 1 5/8". The ferrule is 5/8" and is also ivory.