Bone Pattern Cane
Bone Pattern Cane Bone Pattern Cane Bone Pattern Cane
Bone Pattern Cane

Bone Pattern Cane

  • Bone and wood alternate to create a visually appealing design in this cane
  • A silvered collar and opera-form handle complete the exceptional piece
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Item No. 30-9876
$1,250
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Pieces of bone alternate with wood in this visually appealing decorative cane. A silver collar and opera-form handle complete the exceptional design.

36" length
specifications
Period: Other
Origin:Other
Type:Decorative
Material:Bone/Horn
Depth:1.0 Inches
Width:1.0 Inches
Height:36.0 Inches
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