Antique CaneSilver Topped There are no visible markings to establish age or origin The top has a lot of wear on it, and very small indentations presumably where the marks were on the bottom of cap The cane measures 34 1/2" long Made from very stout wood ( I think it is cane ), it is not circular it has a peaked type section that runs the whole length Sorry to be so vague I do not know a lot about canes ( I found one very similar on Ebay listed as Wang Hing ) And also one listed very similar within a set of four at Christie,s /lotFinder/lot_details.aspx?intObjectID=5494907 If anyone could help me identify it, it would be greatly appreciated For further pictures or details Thank you for looking Dear cesdeal,
If the cane has a clearly defined ridge, it's made of Malacca cane from the Far East. Hope this is of help. - timeballdavid
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