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A Victorian Walking Cane with Silver Pommel

A Victorian Walking Cane with Silver Pommel

SKU: RJ01644
£150.00Price

Most gentlemen in the 19th and early 20th century would have carried a cane. Canes would rarely been used as a walking aid, as anybody at this time who had problems walking would have used a crutch. The cane was mostly used by gentlemen for affectation, or as a form of defence against dogs and ruffians.

 

This is a good example of a silver-topped cane with a nice size embossed handle. The decoration is typical of the end of the Victorian period with scrolls  and foliage . It has a smart ebony shaft. The silver isn't marked but has been tested.

 

This would have been the property of a wealthy gentleman.

 

Condition is very good with no damage to the silver or the shaft.

 

Dimensions: 90 cm long

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SKU:

RJ01644

Period:

1890

Most gentlemen in the 19th and early 20th century would have carried a cane. Canes would rarely been used as a walking aid, as anybody at this time who had problems walking would have used a crutch. The cane was mostly used by gentlemen for affectation, or as a form of defence against dogs and ruffians.

 

This is a good example of a silver-topped cane with a nice size embossed handle. The decoration is typical of the end of the Victorian period with scrolls  and foliage . It has a smart ebony shaft. The silver isn't marked but has been tested.

 

This would have been the property of a wealthy gentleman.

 

Condition is very good with no damage to the silver or the shaft.

 

Dimensions: 90 cm long