S/3658 Antique 19th Century Brass Headed Shepherd's Crook
A lovely brass headed shepherd's crook, having a tapered fruitwood shaft. These crooks are known as Sunday crooks, as the shepherd in a clean white smock would use them as a walking stick when going to church. The crook used while attending to sheep, usually have iron ends. The whole is in fine condition, and has an excellent patination.
53½ in. (136 cm.) Wide
English Circa 1840