French Art Nouveau Cane by Antoine
French Art Nouveau Cane by Antoine French Art Nouveau Cane by Antoine French Art Nouveau Cane by Antoine
French Art Nouveau Cane by Antoine

French Art Nouveau Cane by Antoine

  • Antoine, the oldest cane and umbrella boutique in Paris, retailed this exquisite cane
  • The walking stick features an etched rock crystal handle
  • Vivid emeralds adorn the etched floral motif
  • A green guilloché collar and partridge wood shaft complete this stick
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Item No. 30-8506
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This graceful Art Nouveau walking stick bears the mark of Antoine, the oldest cane and umbrella boutique in Paris. Its solid rock crystal handle is etched with a majestic floral motif dotted with lush emeralds, while the silver collar is enveloped in bright green guilloché enamel. The partridge wood shaft is branded "ANTOINE / PALAIS ROYAL"

Circa 1900

35 3/8" length
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Period: 20th Century
Origin:France
Type:Decorative
Material:Crystal
Length:35 3/8 Inches
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