Shakespeare Cane
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Shakespeare Cane

Shakespeare Cane

  • The carved handle of this cane features famed playwright and poet, William Shakespeare
  • The theater legend is depicted with his "Tudor ruff" collar and signature facial hair
  • An English sterling silver collar completes this handsome stick
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Item No. 30-9041
$2,450
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The carved bust of the legendary Elizabethan playwright and poet, William Shakespeare, serves as the handle of this cane. From the frills of his "Tudor ruff" collar to the strands present in his Van Dyke-styled facial hair, this cane is exquisite to the last detail. A sterling silver collar completes this walking stick.

Hallmarked London, 1925

36 1/2" length
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Period: 20th Century
Origin:England
Type:Decorative
Material:Other
Depth:1.25
Width:1.25
Height:36.5
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