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The West Horsley Place Walking Sticks, Canes, Riding Crops, Whips and Related Ephemera late 19th century and early 20th century

Estimate
4,000 - 6,000 GBP
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Description

  • Ivory, Stag antler, leather, cane, malacca, limewood, ebony, rosewood, silver, enamel.
  • Victorian stick stand: 82.5cm. high, 48cm. wide, 26.5cm. deep; 2ft. 8½in., 1ft. 7¼in., 10¾in.
comprising;
ten silver mounted examples two of which dated 1899 and including an ivory example inscribed 'Grown in Jordan' and dated 'March 13 1908' and one with a finial in the form of a golf ball, one with a concealed pencil, one engraved 'Kennard Lodge 1886'
four Shooting Sticks one bamboo and branded 'H' below a coronet, a collapsible oak and leather example branded 'Crewe Hall', one engraved 'MR' by Swain & Adeney, 166 Piccadilly, London and one modern example
five Malacca 'Crook' handled sticks including one with a pewter handle
two bamboo canes including one carved in relief with Chinese figures
eight carved from tree branches
including a shillelagh
a modern collapsible aluminium stick
three antler mounted sticks
including one knopped ball finial example with a silver colour engraved 'H', and an umbrella with similar ball finial
an ebonised and parcel-gilt relief carved staff
one carved Malacca example with Dog's head finial
one carved ebony example with an elephants head finial mounted with ivory
one carved rosewood example the shaft with dogs and snakes
a Swiss carved lindenwood example with goat horn handle
and inscribed 'Glion'
three plain walking canes
an ebonised example mounted with an agate sphere handle
four silver mounted antler crops (one a child's)
four similar leather whips
an Edwardian leather travelling golf/gun case
with a brass plaque engraved 'Earl of Crewe' and painted with conjoined 'C's
together with a Victorian oak and mahogany two division stick stand
and an Edwardian oak stick stand
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