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96: A great ivory cane of two horses
Auction ended on April 28th, 2012 UTC
96: A great ivory cane of two horses
Lot Passed|Estimate: $1,800 - $2,800|Sell a Similar Item
A great ivory cane of two horses. The elephant ivory handle is 2" high and 3 1/2" to the side. It depicts a nicely detailed pair of horses with amber glass eyes and flowing manes. It is configured with a slight bend so that it accommodates a right-handed user very comfortably. The shaft is malacca and there is a 1 1/8" sterling collar that is scroll-decorated and inscribed with a "J" for the owner. It also is London hallmarked for 1896. The overall length is 35" and the condition is very good. It is a super carved ivory animal example. Estimate: $1800-$2800.
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Tradewinds maintains separate shipping policies for domestic and international buyers. PBUYERS FROM THE USA: PSuccessful phone, absentee or live internet bidders from the US will be contacted and invoiced by Tradewinds Antiques within 5 days. The invoice will include a charge for shipping that is based on the total merchandise value (for insurance purposes) according to the following schedule. For an invoiced total up to 1000, 30; 1001-2000, 35; 2001-3000, 40; 3001-4000, 45; 4001-5000, 50; 5001-6000, 55; 6001-7000, 60; 7001-8000, 65; 8001-9000, 70; and over 9000, 75; PUpon payment of the invoice, Tradewinds Antiques will ship the goods to the customer's US address. Tradewinds Antiques, at its discretion, reserves the right to hold the goods goods until payment clears. PINTERNATIONAL BUYERS: PIT IS THE INTERNATIONAL BUYER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO ARRANGE AND PAY FOR PACKING SHIPPING. WE DO NOT MAKE SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS OR QUOTE SHIPPING CHARGES FOR INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING. ALL INTERNATIONAL BUYERS MUST CONTACT A SHIPPING COMPANY TO MAKE ALL PACKING AND SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS INCLUDING PICK UP, SHIPPING CHARGES, AND CLAIMS. Final arrangements and agreements are strictly between the buyer and the shipper. Tradewinds Auctions is not responsible for the buyer's choice of a shipper or for any damage or loss during shipping. PA local shipper that may be able to help you is: PGlobal Packing and Shipping 25 Washington Street Camden, ME 04843 Phone: 207-236-2926 infoglobalpackingandshipping.com PNOTE: IT IS SOLELY THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER TO ARRANGE FOR THE LEGAL INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENT OF ITEMS THAT CONTAIN IVORY, RHINOCEROS HORN, MARINE MAMMAL PRODUCTS, OR TORTOISESHELL.
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