Late 19th Century
|Estimate:||£200 - £300|
Depicting the Satyr Pan playing panpipes, mounted on associated malacca cane, 74cm high
Probably originally from a parasol.
Finely carved with details in the round, the back modelled as a tree stump, with acanthus clasped base.
Dirt, dust, rubbing and some shrinkage commensurate with age and use, including a shrinkage split to the back. The stumps of the tree branches possibly cut down a little to conceal breaks.
The shaft and collar probably associated.
The malacca shaft with scuffs, wear and dents, and scratches commensurate with use and age. The bone ferrule worn.
Embossed metal collar tarnished and worn.