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Topic: cane
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Quiver (mda' shubs) with Accessory

This quiver represents a very rare type, the basic form of which is depicted in works of art from China through Tibet and Central Asia from at least the seventh century until the end of the fourteenth century. ... more

Shield (phub)

This shield belongs to a rare group, examples of which have been found at Tsaparang in the Ngari region of western Tibet, and in Phyang Monastery in the Ladakh region of northwestern India. The iron fittings on... more

Covered Basket with Design of Bush Clover and Deer

Style of Hon'ami Kōetsu (Japanese, 1558–1637) Edo period (1615–1868)

Box

Edo (1615–1868) or Meiji (1868–1912) period

Karamono-Style Basket

Edo (1615–1868) or Meiji (1868–1912) period

Basket

Edo (1615–1868) or Meiji (1868–1912) period

Fishing-Style Basket

Edo (1615–1868) or Meiji (1868–1912) period

Case (Inrō) with Basketwork Design

Edo period (1615–1868)

Chair (One of Set of Four)

Attributed to India

Habit de Faune: a faun wearing a tonnelet with a flute attached, a cane in his right hand and vines around his horns, from 'New designs for costumes' (Nouveaux desseins d'habillements à l'usage des balets operas et comedies)

Drawing, design for a faun costume, from the 'New designs for costumes' (Nouveaux desseins d'habillements à l'usage des balets operas et comedies). The costume consists of a knee-length tonnelet with fur trimmi... more

Cane handle

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Cane handle

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Cane handle

Saint-Cloud (French, active by 1693–1766)

Cane handle

Possibly Saint-Cloud (French, active by 1693–1766)

Cane handle

Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present)

Cane handle

Possibly Doccia manufactory

Cane handle

Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory (British, 1745–1784)

Caricature of a Seated Man with a Book and a Cane

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venice 1696–1770 Madrid)

Cane handle

Höchst Manufactory (German, 1746–1796)

Cane handle

Kloster-Veilsdorf Porcelain Manufactory (German, 1760–present)

Cane handle

Ansbach Pottery and Porcelain Factory (German)

Flower Basket

Meiji period (1868–1912)

Chalumeau in F

By or for Francis W. Galpin (British, Dorchester 1858–1945 Richmond) France or England

Gourd-Shaped Wall Basket for Flowers

Meiji period (1868–1912)

Boat-Shaped Fruit Basket

Meiji period (1868–1912)

Basket for Peonies

Meiji period (1868–1912)

Large Flower Basket

Hayakawa Shōkōsai I (Japanese, 1815–1897) Meiji period (1868–1912)

Sugar estate - Negros cutting cane

Drawing shows a sugar plantation with palm tree in foreground, Jamaica.

Sofa

This sofa is part of a large suite of seating furniture in the Museum's collection that includes a pair of armchairs, ten side chairs, and two footstools once owned by Thomas Cornell Pearsall, a wealthy New Yor... more

Side Chair

This brilliantly conceived and handsomely executed chair derives its broad, deeply curved crest tablet from the ancient Greek klismos form, and its turned front legs from Roman prototypes. During the James Madi... more

Design for a Stage Set at the Opéra, Paris (recto); Man with Cane (verso)

Eugène Cicéri (French, Paris 1813–1890 Fontainebleau)

[Henry Clay, three-quarter length portrait, three-quarters to the left, facing front, seated, holding cane, tall hat on table with tablecloth]

Republican Senator from Kentucky, 1806-1807, 1810-1811; Congressman, 1811-1814, 1815-1821, 1823-1825; U.S. Secretary of State, 1825-1829; Whig Senator, 1831-1842, 1849-1852; Democratic Republican candidate for ... more

Charles Dickens's Walking Cane

Wood walking stick with carved ivory head used by Charles Dickens (1812-1870) during the period of his second tour (1867-1868) to America and at Gadshill. Dickens's ownership of the item is authenticated by acc... more