A FRENCH DIAMOND-MOUNTED BLACK ENAMEL METAMORPHIC CANE <br />POSSIBLY BY CARTIER, CIRCA 1920 <br />The quilted enameled handle inset with yellow gold stringing punctuated with diamonds below a green stone and pavé diamond rosette rising to reveal a miniature clock with later quartz movement, mahogany shaft<br />36½ in. (93 cm.) high <br />

A FRENCH DIAMOND-MOUNTED BLACK ENAMEL METAMORPHIC CANE <br />POSSIBLY BY CARTIER, CIRCA 1920 <br />The quilted enameled handle inset with yellow gold stringing punctuated with diamonds below a green stone and pavé diamond rosette rising to reveal a miniature clock with later quartz movement, mahogany shaft<br />36½ in. (93 cm.) high <br />

(Photo 2 of 2) 1900-1910 Parasol Pug knob by Betaille.  This parasol is an example of French artistry as well as an expression of the decorative aspects of the parasol. A custom-made piece, the parasol undoubtedly belonged to a pug owner, given the expensive amethyst pug knob with customized cover.

(Photo 2 of 2) 1900-1910 Parasol Pug knob by Betaille. This parasol is an example of French artistry as well as an expression of the decorative aspects of the parasol. A custom-made piece, the parasol undoubtedly belonged to a pug owner, given the expensive amethyst pug knob with customized cover.

Continental Cane Parasol Umbrella Handle Porcelain Hand Painted Gold Putti

Details zu Bed linen is 100 cotton- 4-5 pieces, color assorted all colors in stock

A GERMAN PORCELAIN CANE HANDLE CIRCA 1760 WITH SOME LATER DECORATION modelled as a huntsman with a pointed beard, his scrolling hat forming the handle and moulded with scrolls, attached to a wooden cane of later date

A GERMAN PORCELAIN CANE HANDLE CIRCA 1760 WITH SOME LATER DECORATION modelled as a huntsman with a pointed beard, his scrolling hat forming the handle and moulded with scrolls, attached to a wooden cane of later date

Attributed to Maison Rouvenat of Paris. Brooch, ca. 1867. Gold, enamel, diamonds. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Xenophon Leonidas Mavroidi, 1946 (47.99).

Attributed to Maison Rouvenat of Paris. Brooch, ca. 1867. Gold, enamel, diamonds. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Xenophon Leonidas Mavroidi, 1946 (47.99).

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