Ivory Gentleman’s Cane

Ivory Gentleman’s Cane

c0299

American Ivory Knob-Dated 1891-A high relief carved handle with roses and a bug, rosewood shaft, gilt collar and a metal ferrule, the collar is engraved “B Warren Jr Xmas 91”


Ivory Gentleman’s Cane

C0007

Ivory Carved Crutch with Dogs – Late 19th Century -The ivory handle has two panels showing dogs heads framed by oak leafs and acorns, ivory collar, ebony shaft and an ivory ferrule.


Ivory Skull and Snake Memento Mori Cane

C0010

Skull & Snake Memento Mori Ivory – C. 1870 – A large ivory handle, ebony shaft, chased silver collar and a horn ferrule.

Memento mori is a Latin phrase translated as “Remember your mortality”, “Remember you must die” or “Remember you will die”. It refers to a genre of artworks that all share the same purpose: to remind people of their mortality, an artistic theme dating back to antiquity.


Ivory Erotic Man and Woman

C0548

Erotic cane. Carved ivory handle, brass collar, mahogany shaft, brass ferrule, rubber tip handle.


Ivory Lion Head

C0547

Hand carved ivory lion head handle, sterling silver collar, bamboo wood shaft.


Ivory Nude with Sheet

C0541

Ivory Nude. 20th Century Pre-ban-A carved ivory handle of a nude, silver metal collar, snake wood shaft and a horn ferrule.


Ivory Dragon with Glass Eyes

C0442

Carved bone walking stick in the shape of a dragons face with a marble in it’s mouth. Brass collar and ferrule. Mahogany shaft and rubberized bottom.


Carved Ivory Mice

C0441

Carved bone walking stick in the shape of several mice. Brass collar and ferrule. Mahogany shaft and rubberized bottom.


Carved Asian Dragon

C0440

Carved bone walking stick in the shape of an oriental dragon. Brass collar and ferrule. Mahogany shaft and rubberized bottom.


Ivory Alligator with Glass Eyes

C0438

Carved bone walking stick in the shape of an alligator. Mouth unlatches and opens. Brass collar and ferrule. Mahogany shaft. Rubberized bottom.


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About The Curator

Carol Seelig Eastman is the Executive Director and Chief Curator of The Knohl Collection. In this role, she passionately explores the artist’s personal, social, and political world and places their art in a meaningful historical context. Her thematic exhibitions provide visual and educational stimulation that attract and engage a diverse museum audience.