Decorative Beaded Cane and Walking Stick
Elegant and Unique decorative canes. As one who needs the use of a cane, I decided to have fun decorating my cane instead of using the typical boring ones available in any healthcare aisle. Everywhere I go people stop me to comment on how beautiful and artistic my cane is and ask for my business card. I have even received orders from people who want it as a decorative art object in their umbrella or cane stand at home. I say- if you have to use a cane or walking stick, you may as well have…
c.1890 French Art Nouveau Walking Stick or Cane
Fabulous antique French Art Nouveau walking stick with a reclining silver-plated nude as the handle. Wonderful utilized daily or added to someone's collection, this is a beautiful cane. Extremely well designed handle even has a foot projecting from the figure, this stick is dynamite!
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Christie's Large Image
A Gemset Two-Color Gold-Mounted Guilloché Enamel Nephrite Cane-Handle By Fabergé, workmaster's mark of Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, 1896-1903 The shaped nephrite handle on pink enamel cylindrical base over moire guilloché ground within a rose-cut diamond rim and laurel leaf rim, applied with two stylized gold arrows, marked on lower border 2 in. (5.1 cm.) high
Antique SILVER Victorian WALKING STICK SERPENT LED CANE
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The St Nicholas Crozier | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections
Crozier, pastoral staff head, elephant ivory, The St. Nicholas Crozier, England (Winchester?) or French (Ile-de-France), ca. 1150-70
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THE WALKING STICK SHOP, Arundel, West Sussex, UK, has the largest stock of antique walking canes, country and conventional walking sticks, hiking staves and blackthorn in the south of England.
Realized Price: $ 15,210 Important carved and painted cane, 19th c., the shaft profusely decorated with high relief animals and figures to include fish, spider, man on keg, alligator, etc., 35 3/4" h. Illustrated in Machmer, Just For Nice, fig. 84. RICHARD MACHMER COLLECTION 2008