Lot 391    

Ivory and Bone Handle Walking Sticks
7/13/2013 - Fine and Decorative Arts: Live Salesroom Auction
Collection of four canes, including two with shaped ivory handles. One features crook handle with malacca shaft and ivory ferrule, the other is designed with ivory knob handle. Also included are two carved bone canes, including one "nip cane" in the form of grasping hands which conceals a flask labeled "cognac," as well as a hopping frog cane; ivory knob cane ht. 35 in.

Condition:  
Ivory handles have several visible cracks, especially to top of knob cane. Bottom section of frog's mouth appears to have been repaired.
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Sold: $615.00
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