Lot 5 of 184:
5. Silver Figural Art Nouveau Dress Cane -Ca. 1900 -L-shaped silver handle beautifully modeled with the head of a beauty with  
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Lot closed - Sold for:$200
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Description: 5. Silver Figural Art Nouveau Dress Cane -Ca. 1900 -L-shaped silver handle beautifully modeled with the head of a beauty with long and curvaceous hair festooned with a flower on a veined coco palm wood shaft. Here, the flowing curves and voluptuous imagery of Art Nouveau continue to seduce and are avidly sought after by collectors today. The cane is authenticated by a full set of German hallmarks including a “GESCHÜTZT” which means Patent. It was abused and shows, now secured, serious dents to the silver handle. -H. 4” x 2 ½”, O.L. 34” -$400-$600

Categories: European Decorative Arts and Furniture


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