Odd Fellows Gold Gilt Presentation Cane
Odd Fellows Gold Gilt Presentation Cane Odd Fellows Gold Gilt Presentation Cane Odd Fellows Gold Gilt Presentation Cane
Odd Fellows Gold Gilt Presentation Cane

Odd Fellows Gold Gilt Presentation Cane

  • This wonderful decorative cane was presented to a member of the Odd Fellows
  • The inscribed handle is crafted of exquisite gold gilt with repoussé and chased elements
  • A rustic wood shaft completes the design of this fine stick
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Item No. 30-6223
$2,950
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This exquisite presentation cane is topped by a wonderfully crafted gold gilt handle bearing the dedication to a member of the International Order of Odd Fellows. The inscription reads: "Presented / to / J. Armstrong / by / Capital Lodge / 392 / I.O.O.F.". Featuring elegant repousséd and chased decoration, this cane is a wonderful addition to any cane collection.

32 1/2" length
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Period: 19th Century
Origin:America
Type:Decorative
Material:Gold
Height:32.5 Inches
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