Royal Jeweled and Inlaid Walking Stick
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This amazing walking stick was once owned by the Indonesian ruler Sunan Pakubuwono X
- Royal provenance distinguishes this jeweled cane owned by Sunan (King) Pakubuwono X
- The cane was given, circa 1900, as a gift to the Ambassador of Belgium
- Rubies and diamonds set in the gold and mother-of-pearl top form the King's initials "P.B.X."
- The entire shaft is enveloped in fine floral inlay work
- 40" length
This opulent, bejeweled walking stick was owned by Sunan (King) Pakubuwono X of Surakarta, Indonesia, and gifted to the Ambassador of Belgium, circa 1900. This diplomatic token of peace was given during the Dutch East Indies colonial rule. The gold and mother-of-pearl handle sparkles with 12 rubies and 10 diamonds set to form the King's initials, P.B.X. The entire shaft is enveloped in floral inlay work of exceptional quality. Distinguished by Royal provenance and superior craftsmanship, this cane is a fascinating historical artifact.