Walking stick - Copper, Ebony, Silver - First half 19th century

Description
Walking stick - Copper, Ebony, Silver - First half 19th century
England

A wonderful period Gentleman's ebony walking cane, with a silver top, made in 1821.
The hallmark shows:
(London and other English Assay Offices) lion passant (facing left) mark
London
A leopard's head uncrowned (1821-present)
Date mark shows a date for 1821.
The makers mark shows initials J.H. in a lozenge for possibly Jonathan Hayne.
The silver head is nicely worked, with a bulbous top, which is quite worn.
The stick itself is in good condition, with a few small marks of wear, ending in possibly a copper or brass ferrule.

Lot details
Object
Walking stick
Material
Copper, Ebony, Silver
Estimated Period
First half 19th century
Country of Origin
England
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
40×13×910 mm
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