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Hi.Pleased to meet you all on this excellent site.

I have just stumbled across this fabulous looking stick at an antiques fair but know very little about it. Can anyone shed any light as to who it would be for and whether it is Amazonian tribal. I think the wood is Briar. It has also been bolstered at some stage. 37" high.

It shows three serpents / snakes and a human figure.

HI have also added pictures to this site.
 

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Cool looking, old stick. I'm no expert in Amazonian tribal, if your trying to date it but from what I see, I'd

suspect it not to be a really old piece from the heart carved on it? I'm not so sure they would have put something

like that on their sticks? But hey take my opinion with a grain of salt. Maybe someone else can chime in here.

BTW, welcome to the forum. :)
 

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Thank you for your comments...I think the heart is a bit strange to find on a Tribal Stick. I hope some more people can shed some light on it for me. Thanks again

for your information... G
 

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It just looks like a stick like any of us would make or any other regular person...I doubt it`s any kind of tribal stick though...

Someone did a good job with it and it surely is a cool looking walking stick...Good find...
 

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Thank you very much for your comments...

George

It just looks like a stick like any of us would make or any other regular person...I doubt it`s any kind of tribal stick though...

Someone did a good job with it and it surely is a cool looking walking stick...Good find...
 
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