Folk Art Cane In Boxwood Monoxyl, 19th Century flag


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"Folk Art Cane In Boxwood Monoxyl, 19th Century"
DESCRIPTION: Folk Art cane in monoxyl carved boxwood, adorned with two snakes winding around the shaft and whose imposing handle represents a dog lying on a snake's head swallowing a man wearing a cap. All of them have glass eyes on their faces. The man has an eye on the left side where there is a very small, minimal chip. Brass ferrule ending in a steel heel. Handle size: length 21 cm, diameter at the strongest 4 cm. Height of the cane where you put your hand 93.5 cm. Total height of the cane 97 cm. 19th century French work. Regarding shipping costs are free for France
Price : 750 €
Period:19th century
Style:Napoleon 3rd
Condition : Bon état

Material : Bois massif
Length: 97 cm

Reference : 754904
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