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$575.00
Impressive late Victorian silver-mounted horn-handled treen walking stick or cane. The horse hoof-form handle over silver collar hallmarked London, 1892, maker's mark indistinct, to a tapering shaft with brass ferrule, 34", (86cm) long. Condition Report; Some tarnishing/wear to silver collar, otherwise good.
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$675.00
Impressive 19th century gilt metal-topped treen walking stick or cane. The mushroom top with a relief mask over entwined serpent, to a tapering shaft, 33.5", (85cm) long. Condition Report; Missing ferrule.
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$575.00
Fine Victorian horn-handled novelty walking stick or cane. Modelled as the head of a greyhound or whippet, with glass eyes, to a metal collar and rootwood shaft, 33.5", (85cm) long. Condition Report; Later rubber ferrule. Minor losses to top edge of metal collar.
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$1,575.00
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.
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$545.00
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.
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$845.00
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.
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$1,675.00
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.
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$475.00
Well crafted antique carved stag Dogs Cane-Ca. 1890-L-Shaped dog head with glass eyes, a monogrammed metal collar and a wood shaft Length: 24.50 inches. Condition consistent with age.
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$1,045.00
Panther Dress Cane-Ca. 1910-A stylized silver panther handle with unreadable hallmarks, exotic hardwood shaft and a metal ferrule-H. 5” x 4 ½”, O.L. 35”.
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$1,450.00
Folk Art Monkey Cane-Ca. 1880-A one-piece carved cane with a hand grasping a baby monkey with two color glass eyes, natural bark shaft and a brass ferrule-O.L. 33”.
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$945.00
Skull Vine Cane-Ca. 1890-An unusual skull which is carved atop a thick wild vine and a metal ferrule-O.L. 34 ½”.
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$1,450.00
Chinese Silver/Stingray Tail Cane-Ca. 1890-A cast silver handle with a fierce dragon and bamboo shoots, shaft is a natural stingray tail and a metal ferrule-H. 5” x 4”, O.L. 35 ½”.
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$885.00
Elk Hunting Cane-Late 19th Century-A high relief cast handle of hounds and elks, sterling silver signed 925 plus other unreadable hallmarks, hardwood shaft and a horn ferrule-H. 2 ½” x 1 ½”, O.L. 36”
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$750.00
Boxer Dress Cane-Early 20th Century-A gold-filled boxer with muzzle and collar, ebony shaft and a metal ferrule-H. 1 3/8” x 1 ½”, O.L. 34”
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$1,675.00
Gold Dress Cane-Ca. 1910-A French hallmarked 18 karat gold collar and handle, hardwood shaft and a metal ferrule-H. 1 ½” x 2 ¼”, O.L. 36”.
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$475.00
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.
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$275.00
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.
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$375.00
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.