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Sheath of a swordstick clarinet. The clarinet is made of boxwood carved to resemble bamboo, and has two series of stamped circular marks on the upper 'joint'.

Details

clarinet; sword sheath (sheath (weapons: accessories)); walking stick
M15.10.48/120b
Musical Instruments

1 item (description level: part)
Broad category
Musical Instruments
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  clarinet; sword sheath (sheath (weapons: accessories)); walking stick

Place
Germany, Western Europe, Europe
Additional place information
made or collected:  Germany 
Date made
mid-19th century
Additional date information
date made:  mid-19th century 

Materials & techniques
boxwood; thread
Additional material & technique information
material: thread (overall)
material: boxwood (overall)
Measurements
overall: 570 mm x 41 mm x 28 mm
Additional measurement information
overall: 570 mm x 41 mm x 28 mm

Percy Bull Collection
Provenance
vendor:  Bull, Mrs  Undefined - 1948-10-15


Related objects
part of sword stick; walking stick; clarinet (M15.10.48/120) contains component; clarinet; sword sheath (sheath (weapons: accessories)); walking stick (M15.10.48/120d)
Related subjects
association: Swordstick clarinet (World Gallery - Display group)
object name: walking sticks
object name: sword sheaths (sheaths (weapons: accessories))
object name: clarinets

Record created 2000-12-01
Record last updated 2018-06-28

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