System walking stick with 2 blades signed Coulaux, France 1830.

France early 19th century

2300 EURO

System walking Hunting stick. The milord-shaped handle is made of ivory. The barrel is made of rattan wood. The blade is removed by pressing a bovine horn button inserted into the silver band. The swords, one short and the other longer, are engraved with the signature of the Coulaux maker, Julien, active from 1801 to 1838. In the upper part of the barrel, under the pommel there is a through hole with two engraved silver rings, to allow you to pass a cord to hold the knob in the wrist of the arm. Iron tip. Kligenthal, France, early 19th century.

37,25” – 95 CM H 1,5” – 4 CM L 1,5” – 4 CM D

REF: M6029

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