Single purpose Canes
Folk Art
Double purpose Canes

STATEMENT: The source of our goods has an impeccable provenance. All canes in the collection are as described. If the entire cane, handle and shaft are both original, the descriptive sentence calls it a cane. When just the handle is original, his description indicates that it is a cane handle and the handle is "mounted" on a specific shaft.

Click photo for more details Golf Club Sport Trophy, Silver System Walkingstick. Austria, 1912

The handle has been modelled to imitate a golf club, it is 7 cm high x 8,5 to the side x 1,5cm at his widest. One of the sides is marked and dated WR NEWSTADT – ZOLKIEW 1/III – 5/IV 1912. Two cities of the Austrian Empire. At the other side, it is personalized with the signatures of three members of the event, the calligraphy extraordinary engraved on the silver, by the collar are the Austrian maker’s marks. Exotic wood for the shaft and a metal ferrule, ... read more

Click photo for more details Political & Iconic symbol, Marianne System Cane. France, 1871

The silvered bronze handle is 7 cm high and 3 cm at widest. It is a very interesting historical-Political cane, representing the iconic French Republic symbol Marianne portrayed as a young lady with wonderful detail, wearing the Phrygian cap, and adorned with two laurels branches around, it is signed H.F. and dated 1871. It is on top of a slender Rosewood shaft with pierced eyelets and a 5 cm bimetal ferrule. OL: 91 cm. With no chips or cracks, only a little wear, the condition is excellent.

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Click photo for more details Lourdes Madona Ex-voto, Devoutness Walking Cane, France circa 1900

The height of the handle taken from below the display-case is 15 cm high x 30 cm to the side x 3,5 cm thick. This original piece is a estrange combination among Folk-art and bourgeois. It is a whimsical composition of medals, cut glass and metals, inserted in the wood, the most notorious is the display-case which contains a gilded image of Our Lady of Lourdes Madonna, covered with glass. There is a light blue faceted-glass adorning the extreme of the crook, giving it a theatrical illusion ... read more