Cactus Cane
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Cactus Cane

Cactus Cane

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    Item No. 30-6272
    $1,285
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    This unique folk art cane is formed from the hard-walled, succulent stem of a cactus. The smooth, rounded brass knob perfectly fits the palm, allowing for both stability and comfort.

    37 1/4" length
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    Period: Other
    Origin:Other
    Type:Folk Art
    Length:37 1/4 Inches
    Width:37.25 Inches
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