In addition to symbolic ceremonial usage, canes and walking sticks were also indispensable fashion accessories for men and women between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, used to display a sense of gentility and social propriety. During this period, canes could be distinguished by day and evening use, and it was assumed that an individual of good social standing would have a cane for every occasion, much in the way that women had an array of daily toilettes. This cane is exquisite as it is constructed from all wood. The handle is a carved tiger with dark stained accents leading down to the shaft. The shaft is textured with a diamond and pineapple design. The end features a rubber stopper for balance. This stunning piece will accent almost any type of attire from ethnic to casual every day.
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