Cane with ivory handle representing a 17th century nobleman holding a wicker-clad Dame-jeanne riding a fantastic animal. He is framed by two half-human, half-fish figures. Some see it as a representation of lust.
Work from Flanders, mid 17th century.
Bibliography: U. Klever, "Spazierstöcke", Callwey Verlag, Munich, 1984, p. 78.