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What a treasure! An identical-looking cane handle was pictured in the 2012 movie, "Lincoln".

This is the metal skeleton remains (structure seems complete) of an antique parasol / umbrella; the fabric is mostly gone, but the fabulous dog head handle remains!

The dog head measures 4 1/2" long and has yellowed with age, but is still a warm, cream color. It seems solid, not hollow-

The details are to die for!

I am not sure what this dog head handle is made of... there is a line running down the entire length of his head which may be a seam-it's mostly centered (I’m unsure).

I believe this parasol to be circa 1860. This is a rare and fabulous find and a detailed and solid piece of history.

Please see photos, there is a small nail in the rear of the dogs' head. In worn condition as is. All sales final on this one!

I have taken more photos. If interested, please convo me and I will send them to you! Thank you!

Exquisite Antique Parasol Umbrella with Snarling Dog Head Handle / Gadget Stick / Walking Stick / Cane Handle


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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: metal, wood, silver, celluloid, plastic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 132 reviews
  • Favorited by: 190 people

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