This is a great weapon walking stick that features a retractable blade that comes out of the end of the stick. Known as a flick stick, this amazing stick is in very good condition. This stick measures 34" x 1" x 1". The ferrule is 1" and the blade that extends is 5".
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A fine quality writing box, beautifully fitted to home your personal stationary.
The decorated leather lid has a push fitting brass carrying handle, when open the underside has webbing to hold notes and envelopes.
Inside is a fitted tray containing a leather covered inkwell with a brass handle inscribed ‘Ink’ opposite, another similar inscribed ‘Light’ for matches. Both inscribed with gilt lettering ‘Berry’s Patent’...
The silver handle shows the friendly long eared animal dressed in a ringing parade harness with tassels, shells and bells. It is well modeled in high relief, hand chased and engraved in fine detail and fitted with an ebony faux sprig shaft and metal ferrule. Rarely encountered in such a beautiful quality, this charming cane survived in glorious condition and with all its original parts including a silver shield applied on the shaft with the engraved initials of its first owner under a coronet...
This is a very nice Bakelite parrot done in bright red. This stick has some extra flash with some leather tassels with beads at the end. This stick is in very good condition and measures 36 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 3/4". The handle itself measures 2 3/4" x 2 1/2" x 3/4". The Collar is very detailed and measures 2" and the ferrule is 3/4".
Elgin MASONIC Custom Dial to fit 12 size Elgin Waltham. Blue Lodge Masonic Order custom Dial. Created for the 1920s Elgin or Waltham Pocket Watch movement. Masonic Order symbols in place of figures created especially for the Masonic Members. Mint custom masonic dial only. Mint original condition. THIS IS A FINE COLLECTIBLE. DON'T INVEST IN THE STOCK MARKET. BUY SOMETHING PROVEN IN TIME.
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Early 19thc pedestal mantel clock-inlaid wood-pedestals have ormolu bronze fittings on top and bottom of four Corinthian columns-17 inches high 9 inches wide and 5.25 inches deep-works marked-no key-working condition unknown-sold as is-has richly cast pendulum-minor wear to bronze fittings
This is a great carved bone frog stick. The frog features wonderful details and glass eyes. The stick measures 35" x 4 1/4" x 1" overall. The handle itself is 1 1/2" x 4 1/4" x 1". The collar is 1/4" and the ferrule is 1 1/2".
This is a fantastic walking stick featuring a carved bird done in ivory. This bird is not large - 5" tall by 1 1/2", but is very nicely carved with fine details. This delicate bird measures 35 3/4" x 1 1/2" x 1" overall. The handle is 5" x 1 1/2" x 1". There is no collar and the ferrule is 1". This is a very nice stick!
This is a great frog carved out of tiger eye with a small hammered metal collar. The frog handle fits very nicely in your hand. An interesting and unique stick. This stick measures 36" x 4" x 2 1/4". The frog handle itself measures 1 1/2" x 4" x 2 1/4". The collar is about 1/8" and the ferrule is 1".
19th C. British Navy Fire Bucket Oak Brass Nautical Grog
English Oak Rope Handle Maritime
You are looking at what I believe is an English Navel Ship, Fire Bucket made in the early 19th century or earlier. This heavy dark Oak bucket is made from 8 panels of 4 inch wide wood. It is decorated on the front with brass letters, “FIRE”. It is bound with brass strips. It has an old twisted rope handle...
AN IMPORTANT AND UNUSUALLY LARGE NORTH EUROPEAN BELL-METAL CAULDRON, DATING C. 1650-1680.
A huge and finely executed cauldron in bell metal, which came to use earlier than brass in European cooking. Terrific concentric decoration, renaissance or gothic handles, standing on stylized animal paws and a makers mark or owners mark near one handle.
An early example of North European kitchen ware from the early period...
One has a Stag handle with engraved nickel silver collar mounted on a fine whangee bamboo shaft. Circa 1920. The other has a Carved Horn Handle Dog's Head with teeth. Has a concealed steel probe or dagger inside shaft. Circa 1900. Condition (Very Good Condition). Size Largest" 26 - 1/2" L.
North American Folk Art cane with pig carved on the handle and a Federal Style Eagle on the shaft. All glass eyes are present. Circa 1840. Size; Overall length is 35 inches, minor cracks to the shaft.
Montezuma cane from Mexico City, Mexico. Has eagle with a snake in its mouth. It tells the story of how Mexico City was found and establish. Circa 1900.Size; Overall length of cane is 35 inches, no condition issues.
This cane is made of extremely strong hardwood and unfolds with the push of your thumb. The seats were made of canvas and rarely survive. Can be easily replaced. This model has a very clever mechanism. There have been more patents filed for seat canes than any other type of cane known. Pat. in 1860s. Condition (Excellent). Size 35" L.
The handle is bronze patinated metal and mounted on a sturdy "bark on" hickory shaft with a long ferrule. The cane dates to the very early 19th century. It is in great condition for its age! Note: This cane never had glass eyes. Circa 1800. Condition (Excellent). Size 38" L.
This is a very nice dog themed walking stick. This dog has wonderful carving in the ears and whiskers. This dog also has glass eyes. The collar is monogrammed N McF and has some unusual markings on the back. The shaft is a very pretty hardwood and the stick has a metal ferrule. The stick measures 30 1/2" x 2 /34" x 1 3/4". The handle itself measures 2" x 2 /34" x 1 3/4". The collar and ferrule both measure 1". A great stick for a dog stick collector!
Offered is a hard to find painted cast iron meat and juice press from the late 19th century.
This dual purpose pharmacy tool of the trade measures about 9 inches high and retains much of its original black japanned surface.