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Impressive Whalers Silver Mounted Narwhal Tusk Walking Cane - n 1555 Olaus Magnus in Uppsala, Sweden wrote of the narwhal ‘The monoceros is a sea monster which has a very large horn in its forehead with which it can pierce through and destroy ships and kill many men’ (Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus). Mariners hunting the sperm whale, the colossi of the sea, would encounter the narwhal and presume them to be the ‘unicorns of the sea’. The tusks would be brought back from Greenland and…

Finch & Co - Impressive Whalers Silver Mounted Narwhal Tusk Walking Cane

Twisted Hickory - Walnut Duck Handle - Brazos Walking Sticks (from the Mark Dwyer Collection)

Twisted Hickory - Walnut Duck Handle - Brazos Walking Sticks (from the Mark Dwyer Collection)

Legacy Woodworking

Legacy Woodworking

Twisted Bloodwood - Brazos Walking Sticks - (from the Mark Dwyer Collection)

Twisted Bloodwood - Brazos Walking Sticks - (from the Mark Dwyer Collection)

Cocobolo - Curly Maple -Brazos Walking Sticks (from the Mark Dwyer Collection)

Cocobolo - Curly Maple -Brazos Walking Sticks (from the Mark Dwyer Collection)

Victorian Horn Dress Cane- Ca. 1875- A prime example of a Victorian twisted horse and gold-filled handle, malacca shaft and horn ferrule. H.- 4 ½ x 3” O.L.- 35”

Victorian Horn Dress Cane- Ca. 1875- A prime example of a Victorian twisted horse and gold-filled handle, malacca shaft and horn ferrule. H.- 4 ½ x 3” O.L.- 35”

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