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Ancient Cane Of The XVIIIth Century In Gold
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"Ancient Cane Of The XVIIIth Century In Gold"
Represents an 18th-century walking stick decorative cane with a Milord-shaped pommel in gold tested to the 18-carat touchstone in a relief decor of several great species of birds, including eagles, herons and pheasants, adorned The upper part of the handle also has a monogram, which probably belonged to Count Philip Stanhope, the 5th Earl of Chesterfield, the casket in Malacca and is provided with Two 18-carat gold eyecups, for the passage of the strap. Long brass ferrule. Overall length: 104.5 cm. The last owner of this walking stick was Gram Edwyn Francis Scudamore-Stanhope, 10th Earl of Chesterfield, born March 15, 1854, and died January 24, 1933. A miniature photograph will be given to the new purchasers;
Price : 3300 €
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 16th, Directory
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Or
Length: 104,5 cm

Reference : 273300
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