Category: cane

Sword Cane, 19th Century Victorian sword stic…

Sword Cane, 19th Century

Victorian sword stick with 29 inches squared tapered blade, brass mounted malacca cane outer, silver handle, overall length 36 inches.

Sword Cane, Late 19th or Early 20th Century A…

Sword Cane, Late 19th or Early 20th Century

An antique late 19th / early 20th century believed Victorian malacca cane sword stick / walking cane. With a horn handle and an embossed silver white metal collar with engraved initials ‘A.B.’ Having a concealed pointed square blade to the interior. Measures approx 88 cm long.

Sword Cane, 19th Century A Victorian malacca …

Sword Cane, 19th Century

A Victorian malacca sword stick with four side blade, the sheath with brass mounts.

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Spanish Sword Cane, Late 19th Century

Beautiful, straight, single-and false-edged blade with central fuller, decorated with engravings, partially gilded and finished, base marked ‘TOLEDO’; wooden grip and haft, latch in silver, braided bands. Small repair on the latch. length 85.4 cm. 

Antique Bamboo Sword Cane

Antique Bamboo Sword Cane

Victorian Sword Cane

Victorian Sword Cane

Spanish Sword Stick, 19th Century Cusp-shaped…

Spanish Sword Stick, 19th Century

Cusp-shaped blade of square section, decorated with notches and segments with fullers, marked “TOLEDO” at the base inside engraved rinceaux. Brass ring-nut with release button. Angled grip. Scabbard with wooden haft, without foot.

Spanish Sword Cane, Late 19th Century

Spanish Sword Cane, Late 19th Century

Beautiful, straight, single-and false-edged blade with central fuller, decorated with engravings, partially gilded and finished, base marked ‘TOLEDO’; wooden grip and haft, latch in silver, braided bands. Small repair on the latch. length 85.4 cm. 

Irish stick fighting (Antrim): What kind of stick to use?

Irish stick fighting (Antrim): What kind of stick to use?

A Gold Damascened Steel and Wood Gupti (Sword Cane), India,…

A Gold Damascened Steel and Wood

Gupti (Sword Cane), India, 18th Century

Rajasthan, late 18th Century. The single edged steel blade of convex form, decorated in gold inlay near the forte, to the grip and pommel with floral and vegetal motifs, the forte in the form of a tiger head inlaid with gemstones, the wood scabbard decorated to the top in lacquer with a bird and a deer on a ground of floral designs. 100 cm long.

A gupti is a dagger or sword which can be concealed in a wood case resembling a walking cane or a short staff.