Folk Art Canes


Folk art canes, unlike their more formal counterparts, by definition were made by single, often untrained artisans. There purpose was to cast attention on the creator not the carrier; they were an expression of the artists skill and personality and can be distinguished from formal canes in various ways. The folk art cane is most often crafted completely of wood and is often highly carved from its handle to the bottom of its shaft. There is seldom a ferrule on folk art canes. And, while folk art canes are often less formal in appearance, they are nonetheless some of the most beautiful canes ever produced are are highly regarded among collectors.


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Treasures Under $5,000


Brilliant Period Crimson Glass And Sterling-Silver Potpourri Jar
Sterling Silver And Glass Card Box
Pair Of Bronze And Marble Lapdog Bookends
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Brass Tiffany & Co. Mantel Clock
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