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An Elephant Head Walking Cane (Robert Pringle) C. 1902
An Elephant Head Walking Cane (Robert Pringle) C. 1902

A comical elephant is carved into a hardwood imago handle, with beautifully carved trunk. fitted with early sulphur oxide eyes, solid silver embellishments of ears and eyebrows and bone tusks.  The head is separated from the shaft by a solid silver collar with London hallmarks and joins a malacca shaft which is devoid of a ferrule.  SOLD

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An Onyx Serpent Walking Cane C. 20th Century.
An Onyx Serpent Walking Cane C. 20th Century.

An onyx crook handle encircled by a silver metal serpent with green glass eyes. The malacca shaft has a silver metal collar and extends to a polished horn ferrule. SOLD

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A Tribal Walking Stick
A Tribal Walking Stick

An unusual hand carved Stork handle with engraved motifs. SOLD

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A Grotesque Folk Art Caricature Gentleman Walking Cane Circa 19th Century.
A Grotesque Folk Art Caricature Gentleman Walking Cane Circa 19th Century.

A comical folk art gentleman in the grotesque style made from one piece of briar wood. With a hat and three button suit this chap really is the sartorialist even if he does look a bit of a grump. With early inset sulphur eyes and detailed carvings to the face and hair. The briar wood extends down the shaft with thick protruding knotty bumps.  The tip is completed with an iron tipped brass ferrule. SOLD

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A Pizzle with Crown Knot Walking Cane C. 1902
A Pizzle with Crown Knot Walking Cane C. 1902

An unusual Pizzle (Bulls Penis) cane with interwoven strands folded together to form a Crown Knot as the imago handle. A solid silver collar with Birmingham Hallmarks wraps around the shaft which has naturally curved through the years but remains beautifully preserved. The shaft extends to the tip which is devoid of a ferrule. SOLD

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A Duck Head Walking Cane Circa. 20th Century.
A Duck Head Walking Cane Circa. 20th Century.

A very fine 20th century cane with a hardwood  imago handle depicting a duck's head with intricately cast detail and green faceted glass eyes atop a stepped partridge wood shaft. Hidden gadget mechanism which when pulled opens the ducks bill exposing the ducks tongue to hold a pair of gloves. SOLD

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A Root Ball Gentlemans Walking Cane C. 1841
A Root Ball Gentlemans Walking Cane C. 1841

A beautiful example of a bamboo Walking Cane. A rich rootball crook handle extending down to a bamboo shaft With Acanthus and Rocaille Decoration SOLD

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A Hawthorn Rootball Knotted Walking Stick Circa. 19th Century.
A Hawthorn Rootball Knotted Walking Stick Circa. 19th Century.

A walking stick made from a Hawthorn shaft with a rich and deep patina accompanied by numerous knotted Hawthorn rootballs SOLD

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A Russian Piqué Dress Cane C. 1890.
A Russian Piqué Dress Cane C. 1890.

A beautifully decorated Piqué Inlaid Cane with integral handle densely set with silver wire and dot inlay. SOLD

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