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Beautiful solid cast eagle talon with nickel plated antique style silver finish. HEAVY eagle talon cane handle is smooth and feels good and secure in your hand

vory Walking Stick with Carved Ivory Eagle Handle by Barry Wilson, Incised Gold and Silver Work Below Handle and Incised Silver

Ivory Walking Stick with Carved Ivory Eagle Handle by Barry Wilson, Incised Gold and Silver Work Bel

Fine Victorian lady cane walking stick sterling silver inlaid ebony cane wood (ebay)

Fine Victorian lady cane walking stick sterling silver inlaid ebony cane wood

Amethyst Cane by Fabergé

Vampire Walking Canes - Bing Images

A horn and silver mounted claw walking cane, by James Smith Brothers, Birmingham 1911

The intimidating visage of the Man in the Moon stares out from the silver handle of this intriguing match holder cane. If one looks past the furrowed brow, smirk and menacing red eyes, one will find a hidden compartment for one's matches. This incredible piece is set atop a shaft of polished bamboo. Match holders, also known as match safes or vesta cases are highly collectible. To find one as the handle of a walking stick is a rare pleasure. Circa 1880

The intimidating visage of the Man in the Moon stares out from the silver handle of this intriguing match holder cane. If one looks past the furrowed brow, smirk and menacing red eyes, one will find a hidden compartment for one's matches. This incredible piece is set atop a shaft of polished bamboo. Match holders, also known as match safes or vesta cases are highly collectible. To find one as the handle of a walking stick is a rare pleasure. Circa 1880

Round cane topper with horse head and details carved into it

Round cane topper with horse head and details carved into it

Lady's Walking Stick 1870;, 800 Silver Art Nouveau Handle, German?  A lady's walking stick having a typical art nouveau floral design on 800 coin silver handle with illegible continental hallmarks. Cane is probably German/Austrian

A lady's walking stick having a typical art nouveau floral design on 800 coin silver handle with illegible continental hallmarks. Cane is probably German/Austrian

Horn on Rosewood with a chased silver collar and a Horn ferrule.

A good hook is a must for corralling naughty children, reclaiming purse from a purse-snatcher and tripping rude people

Walking Stick Cane, Vulture Bird, Victorian Antique. The Vulture is the New Hope Pennsylvania Town Mascot.

Walking Stick Cane Vulture Bird Victorian Antique (Miscellaneous-Oddities and Unusual Finds) at Teardrop Memories

Circa 1900 Antique French Silver Walking Stick Umbrella Handle Art Nouveau

Antique French silver Lily of the Valley walking stick handle, circa 1900

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