This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A fine 17th/18th century cane; the pique decorated ivory handle is a pomander, the pierced cap unscrewing onto a cavity that would have held a piece of natural sponge infused with perfume. The top is united to the malacca cane by a profiled silver metal band with engraved scalloping; the cane with eyelets for a lanyard and retaining an early, probably original, steel-tipped brass ferrule.

English, Huguenot workshop, circa 1700.

34.75 inches long


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