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577. An erotic walking cane, the carved ivory handle modelled as a female pelvic area, with a thin white metal ferrule, above an ebonised shaft and brass terminal, late 19th / early 20th century, 91.7cm long. £300-400 578. A Burmese silver handled walking cane, the lion’s head handle with gemstone eyes, with a scrolling £250-350 foliage ferrule and an ebony shaft, probably late 19th / early 20th century, 92cm long.
579. An Indian or Burmese silver handled walking cane, the handle in the form of a parrot perched on scrolling foliage, with a palmwood shaft and ivory terminal, late 19th / early 20th century, 88.3cm long. £250-350 580. An Austro-Hungarian walking cane in the Renaissance revival style, the champlevé enamel handle in the form of a helmet, inset with a pearl and gemstones, with an ebonised shaft, late 19th century, 90.4cm £200-300 long. 581. A blue john handled walking cane, with a white metal ferrule, a hardwood shaft and a brass terminal, early 20th century, 90.3cm long. £300-400 582. A folk art walking cane, the handle carved with a parrot’s head with glass eyes, 93.4cm long. £150-250 583. A modern sterling silver mounted walking cane by Comyns, with a toucan handle, with glass eyes and stamped ‘Comyns’ and with ‘925’ sterling marks, with a part ribbed walnut stem and silver terminal, in a plush material sleeve, 93.8cm long. £80-120
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