"Ancient Folk Art Cane In Middle 19th Century Monoxyle"
Old humorous folk art cane in boxwood monoxyle celebrating August Bellot, dated 1853 in Nancy, finely and richly carved. Head of a mustachioed man with long hair, eyes wide open in opaline whose cap is followed by a head of greyhound forming corbin, animal mask or character with wide eyes, snake, twigs and acorns of oak, eyes in white glass, black, yellow, red of which a lack see photo. High iron ferrule. Total length of cane 86, cm. French work from the middle of the 19th century.