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Bennington Style Glazed Walking Stick Top ?? Or


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well this small almost a marble with a hole in the end was bunndled in with the two big onion skins I got so now what is it ?? it is about 1 3/16 in Dia . tyhere is a lot of scratches on top and just about all over so It could have been fore some thing else and then made for a top of a stick ?/ so any Ideas ?? the picture of it next to the onion skin is for size as it is about 15/16 in size and to show I even got some marbles that need help but it was a marble added to help with bundling !! as there was a good time and some BS at the table , the collector was not into marbles any more but got most of them at Amana in the late 80's early 90's did not need to know to much . some of the marbles were polished by Marlow Peterson but I left them this time along with thousands of others still in jars and bags and ?. Mike

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Hi Bob and thanks with the scratches on this that would make sence , the hole is about 3/8 and about a 1/2 inch deep , the hole towards the out side is smaller because the glazing is also on a small part of the inside . the rest of the hole is unglaced , also looks like it was held on by some glue/ plaster ?? Do you or any have a picture of one ?? also it is about 1.195 a little bigger than 1 3/16 at the equator and from the flat to the top it is 1.100 . Thanks Mike

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well I think I see one that is all blue called a

This is a very cool piece. This cane is a wonderfully crafted blue porcelain knob cane from the Dayton Circus 1910. This is a very cool and interesting piece and it would make a wonderful addition to collection.

It measures approximately 35" tall, while the ball measures 1" in diameter.

221097486827.jpgVintage Antique Blue Knob Handled Cane Walking Stick Dayton Circus 1910 Bamboo

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