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Walking stick made from a narwhal tusk. Belonged to Princess Yusupova. Lago 18th - early 19th century.
Shillelagh cane, made in Ireland in the late 19th century
Walking stick with miniatures Last quarter of the 18th century By Frederick Fabriñius This stick of light-coloured cane has a gold handle decorated with diamonds and granulation. The lid at the top bears the monogram of Catherine II and beneath it is a watch made by the Parisian clockmaker Gregson. Mounted in the side of the handle are painted enamel medallions. One of them, depicting Minerva, opens and beneath it 21 miniatures devoted to events of the first Russo-Turki...
A Fabergé jeweled carved hardstone and guilloché enamel walking stick handle, workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, circa 1900, the carved bloodstone cushion form handle mounted with a collar of translucent ivory enamel over a wavy guilloché ground, the arched border with bands of rose diamonds and collet-set rubies, with leaf-chased gilded silver border.
Antique 19th Century Shark Vertebrae Walking Stick. This amazing crook handled Scrimshaw Walking Stick would have been crafted by sailors in the 19th Century. It has been made from a shark's spinal column, skillfully mounted over a metal shaft.