Rare Art Deco German Walking Stick Cane Solid Silver Pommel Malacca Shaft c.1935
REF: 2475 / LA372575
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Rare Malacca wood and stamped 835 fitness silver walking stick or cane. The silver was stamped with the 835 silver mark as shown in the pictures and makers mark for Johann Beck of Schnabisch Gmund, Germany. he's a famous and well collected German maker especially between 1930 and 1940. Conical shaped pommel top decorated with engine turned Art Deco lined engraving. Strong Malacca shaft, this is a fibrous wood and prone to bow slightly with age as this one has done. The strength and integrity of the shaft remains. The ferrule is original and made of polished red deer antler. Please contact us with any questions you may have.
It measures 84.2 cm 33 1/8 inches in length, the pommel is 3 cm 1 3/16 inches wide and 3.2 cm 1 1/4 inches long.
Shires Antiques has clarified that the Rare Art Deco German Walking Stick Cane Solid Silver Pommel Malacca Shaft c.1935 (LA372575) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1935
It's in excellent condition but with some minor surface signs of age and use as you'd expect at this age. The silver is exceptional with hardly a mark on it. No damage or repairs to any part of the cane.
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This Rare Art Deco German Walking Stick Cane Solid Silver Pommel Malacca Shaft c.1935 is located in West Haddon, United Kingdom
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