English Bird Catcher's Cane
English Bird Catcher's Cane English Bird Catcher's Cane English Bird Catcher's Cane
English Bird Catcher's Cane

English Bird Catcher's Cane

  • This English bird catcher's cane is a truly fascinating system cane
  • The stick features a mirrored segment that helps to attract the attention of birds
  • The segment is reattached with the provided mount that allows it to spin
  • The resulting flashes of reflected sunlight tempt nearby birds to take a closer look
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Item No. 30-7044
$3,850
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Topped by an antler handle is this intriguing English bird catcher's cane. The handle and mirrored octagonal segment below detaches from the shaft. The mirrored segment is then placed back on the cane using the eyelet and provided amount that allows the mirror to spin. The pointed ferrule allows the cane to be staked into the ground, and when the mirror is spun, the reflected flashes of sunlight it creates attract the attention of birds, tempting them to come take a closer look.

Late 19th century

37" length
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Period: 19th Century
Origin:England
Type:System/Gadget Canes
Length:37 Inches
Width:37.0 Inches
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