Hand Holding a Bottle Carved Cane - Well carved wood hand with metal ring on finger grasping a bottle with copper top cap. The knobby wood cane becomes the arm with a metal cuff and an arching brace added to the bottle for strength. The bottom has a brass ribbed ferrule. Mounted on a black metal base.
Cat Day Cane, ca. 1920. Boxwood handle carved with a charming cat portrait, rosewood shaft with a silver collar and a brass ferrule (hva)
Antique Apothecary/Medical Box c. 1800. UK. Two measuring jugs, one with its original leather case by S. Mawson & Thompson, London. Two zinc containers, glass stirring stick, glass pestle & mortar, four tin hinged boxes, brass & iron scales with its weights and one or two other glass bottles. (via Art & Antiques Online. CINOA)
Exceptionnelle canne art populaire monoxyle représentant un jeune couple et du lierre - Symboles de l'amour et de l'éternité - Début XIXème siècle.
Antique,18th century, Polish nobleman walking stick, Obuszek, the brass head in the form of War Hammer – Nadziak, with rounded hammer-face and faced stem, and down-curved faced beak-shaped rear-fluke, mounted on its original black painted wooden haft.
Fabergé Carved Citrine Quartz, Gold, Enamel and Seed Pearl Parasol Handle, Workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, circa 1900.