S/1747 19th Century Mahogany Ceremonial Baton
A well carved ceremonial baton, having a thistle to one end, possibly Scottish. The opposite end has turnings similar to an oatmeal roller as a hand grip. The centre carved as a graduated spiral snake with its head to the top with two beetles under the name D. Garret, has leaves and foliage above.
23½ in. (59.5 cm.) Wide
1½ in. (4 cm.) Diameter English/Scottish Circa 1870