Folk Art Gentleman’s Cane



  • £265.00
  • €305 Euro
  • $363 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Early 20th Century Folk Art Gentleman’s Walking Cane
An unusual and highly characteristic example of an early 20th Century English gentleman’s walking cane, brass tip, ebonised shaft and a Folk art characteristic comical man head at the hand. All carved from wood and original paint is still visible if rather aged and faded due to use. The item is not damaged and shows know breaks. Just a bit of folk-art fun that put our smile on our face when we uncovered it from a collector of unusual objects in Wales earlier this month.
Dimensions in inches: H 37” x W 2” x D 1”
Details: This item is still usable and well as decorative
Origin: English
Period: 1920
Condition: Aged through wear and tear is present across this item in areas, fading of all surface and loss of colour in sections is present, aging to the head is obvious but only in the loss of paint and slight detail as you may except. Please view all the photos as part of this advert, before a purchase is made.



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