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Ancient Folk Art Cane In Monoxyle D From The 18th Century
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"Ancient Folk Art Cane In Monoxyle D From The 18th Century"
Exceptional and very rare cane carved in the round - monoxyle hump of the 18th century bearing the mentions on the barrel "Vue de la Martinique 1671" and "Vivante à Paris 1758" depicting a woman-siren in bust covering her bare breast with her left hand , and on the other side the representation of a bearded man with a fish tail, surmounted by a dolphin carved in the round - hump. The barrel was probably in chestnut wood or in Ash wood. Total length of the cane 99.5 cm. The ferrule is missing. Most certainly French work from the 18th century. (Dolphin tail restored). Many thanks for your trust and loyalty. We wish you a very happy holiday season! See you next year
Price:5900 €
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 15th, Transition
Condition : Bon état

Material : Bois massif
Length: 99,5 cm
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