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Boxwood knight and monkey

Cane sold as a folk art cane, monoxyle carved in boxwood, ending on one side with a helmeted man's head and on the other with a monkey's head; shaft decorated with a tortoise, a fly and a crowned man's head.

France, 18th century. Bibliography: catalogue of the exhibition "La canne et ses mystères", Musée de Carouge, Geneva, 18 March - 31 May 1998, p. 97, cat. no. 2 (illustrated p. 64).

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