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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.

Sold 53 in. (136 cm.) Wide
English Circa 1840