Antique Cane Auction 2010-02-06 Auction - 133 Price Results - Kimball M. Sterling Inc. TFL-1915 in TN
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Ivory Dress Cane: Ivory Dress-Late 18th Century-A nice original Malacca shaft with brass eyelets, patinated handle and a 3 ¼" original brass ferrule-H. 3" x 1", O.L. 37 ¼"-$300-$500
0001: Ivory Dress CaneEst. $300-$500Lot Passed
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Walnut Folk Art Cane: Walnut Folk Art Cane-Dated 1875-A folk presentation to Jens Nislen with formal German script on a 6 panel upper shaft, expertly carved rope twist on the balance of the shaft and carving of two hands
0002: Walnut Folk Art CaneEst. $400-$600
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Carved Folk Art Cane: Carved Folk Art-Late 19th Century-Elaborately chip carved, floral etched, and mostly basket woven designs, shaft also has a raised book and a cartouche with the initials V.W., brass bullet
0003: Carved Folk Art CaneEst. $200-$300
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Gorham Silver Dress Cane: Gorham Silver Dress-Late 19th Century-A Gorham hallmarked hexagonal handle, stepped partridge wood shaft, and a horn ferrule-H. 1 ½" x 1", O.L. 35 ½"-$250-$350
0004: Gorham Silver Dress CaneEst. $250-$350Lot Passed
Tree of Life Silver Dress Cane: Tree of Life Silver Dress-Art Nouveau-Sterling handle, Malacca shaft and a bi-metal ferrule, (small dent in handle)-H. 4" x 2", O.L. 35"-$300-$400
0005: Tree of Life Silver Dress CaneEst. $300-$400Lot Passed
Nautical Ivory Fist Cane: Nautical Ivory Fist-Circa 1875-A very substantial handle carved by a master's hand, snake body has scales-tongue and eyes. A small section of the snake appears to have been replaced years ago. The
0006: Nautical Ivory Fist CaneEst. $700-$1,200Lot Passed
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Silver Dress Crook Cane: Silver Dress Crook-Circa 1885-A hand engraved handle with flowers and foliage, Malacca shaft and a two piece ferrule which has a signature of Isaac Smith-H. 3 ½" x 2 ½", O.L. 34 ½-$300-$500
0007: Silver Dress Crook CaneEst. $300-$500
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Sterling Folding Cane: Sterling Folding Cane-Early 20th Century-A "Kant-Break" folding cane in its original, worn box, the shaft is faux bamboo and is in two pieces which are joined by a chain link. It has its original
0008: Sterling Folding CaneEst. $400-$600
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Native American Cane: Native American-Early 20th Century-This fine woven cane appears to be made from horse hair. It is in good condition and has a lead ferrule-O.L. 33 ¾"-$400-$600
0009: Native American CaneEst. $400-$600Lot Passed
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Ornate Ivory Dress Cane: Ornate Ivory Dress-Mid 19th Century-A large carved ivory handle with scenes of a young man's passages to manhood, rich Malacca shaft, ivory eyelets and strap accessories and a 2" horn ferrule-H. 2
0010: Ornate Ivory Dress CaneEst. $700-$1,200
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Sword Cane: Sword Cane-Late 18th Century-Coin silver handle and eyelets, a nice 13" triangular blade with engraving, bluing and gilt. It is a very nice original sword with a 6" brass ferrule-H. 1" x 1", O.L. 33
0011: Sword CaneEst. $500-$1,000
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Ivory Dress Cane: Ivory Dress-Dated 1837-This cane once belonging to T. R. Bakewell identified by name on the silver collar and by initials on a gold medallion atop the ivory handle; there is Latin verse on the second
0012: Ivory Dress CaneEst. $600-$1,200Lot Passed
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Tortoise and Ivory Dress Cane: Tortoise and Ivory Dress-Late 19th Century-A nice turned handle with a tortoiseshell roundel on top, thin silver collar, Malacca shaft and a horn ferrule-H. 1 ¾" x 1 ¾", O.L. 35"-$400-$600
0013: Tortoise and Ivory Dress CaneEst. $400-$600
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Early Folk Art Cane: Eagle Folk Art-Circa 1865-A nicely carved stylized eagle folk art cane, probably Civil War, one piece hickory wood shaft and a 2" iron ferrule-O.L. 33"-$200-$400
0014: Early Folk Art CaneEst. $200-$400Lot Passed
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Horn Sword Cane: Horn Sword Cane-Circa 1770-A two tier Malacca shaft, 12 ½" blued and etched blade, horn handle with mother of pearl inlaid, silver eyelets and collars, and a 4 ½" brass ferrule-H. 1 ½" x 1 ½",
0015: Horn Sword CaneEst. $500-$800
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Telescope System Stick Cane: Telescope System Stick-Early 19th Century-A one-draw telescope which is the upper section of an early machined shaft which is covered in leather, a nickel silver handle and eyelets, missing original
0016: Telescope System Stick CaneEst. $600-$1,200
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Nautical Ivory Dress Cane: Nautical Ivory Dress-Circa 1865-A massive ivory handle with rich patina, a small baleen insert atop the handle, exotic wood shaft, and a 2 ½" ivory ferrule-H. 4" x 1 ½", O.L. 36 ½"-$500-$1,000
0017: Nautical Ivory Dress CaneEst. $500-$1,000
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Samurai Sword Cane: Samurai Sword Cane-Late 19th Century-An unusual cane with brass fittings, hand made 12" blade with blood grooves, exotic wood shaft and a brass ferrule-H. 5" x 1", O.L. 32"-$400-$600
0018: Samurai Sword CaneEst. $400-$600
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Indiana Folk Art Cane: Indiana Folk Art-Early 20th Century-The cane has a basket weave pattern carved throughout the shaft, state seal of Indiana, a Heron and the name J. P. Weckesser, small metal ferrule-O.L. 34
0019: Indiana Folk Art CaneEst. $200-$300Lot Passed
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Ivory Skull and Snake Dress Cane: Ivory Skull and Snake Dress-Late 19th Century-A carved ivory handle, silver bamboo collar, two silver spacers, exotic wood shaft and a bi-metal ferrule-H. 1" x 1", O.L. 35"-$300-$500
0020: Ivory Skull and Snake Dress CaneEst. $300-$500
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Tiffany Sterling Dress Cane: Tiffany Sterling Dress-Circa 1900-Signed Tiffany handle on original threading shaft with branch nodes, nice rich original patina and a brass ferrule-H. 1 ¼" x 1 ¼", O.L. 36"-$400-$700
0021: Tiffany Sterling Dress CaneEst. $400-$700Lot Passed
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Silver Ivory Dress Cane: Silver Ivory Dress-Art Nouveau-Stylized handle with silver end cap and engraved beaded sterling collar, exotic wood shaft and a bi-metal ferrule-H. 4 ½" x 1 ¼", O.L. 35"-$300-$500
0022: Silver Ivory Dress CaneEst. $300-$500
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Wilkinsons Sword Cane: Wilkinson Sword Cane-Circa 1890-A 27 ½" acid etched Pall Mall blade with blood groove in fine condition, hallmarked silver collar, burl and exotic wood shaft and a horn ferrule-O.L. 37"-$500-$700
0023: Wilkinsons Sword CaneEst. $500-$700Lot Passed
Nautical Stingray Cane: Shipmate's Stingray Cane-Circa 1850-The prime example of this type of cane that we have seen. The shaft and the barb are in very fine condition. The handle and the three hand etched collars are made
0024: Nautical Stingray CaneEst. $1,000-$1,500Lot Passed
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