stamps marquetry shaft
Curious cane made of postage stamps mosaic. French and foreign postage stamps montage
stamped between 1888 and 1904. Varnished with cabinet-maker glue or egg-whited. Brass collar,
pommel in box-wood engraved in the landlord's effigy .
cane, the shaft is designed with a marquetry of postage stamps, in the mind of "Facteur cheval"
or Pique assiette technic see Picassiette. This naïf work from a Philathoman includes painting,
silts, chests, canes, various items of furniture plated with such postage stamps: varnished with
cabinet-maker glue or egg-whited, wooden handle, shaped with a grotesque hilarious head. Brass
Astonishing cane in postage
stamps mosaic. Naif work. French and foreign postage stamps montage stamped between 1888 and 1904.
Varnished with cabinet-maker glue or egg-whited. Pommel and collar in salvage brass. Eyelet figure
out by oval shaped postage stamps .
At what price !
The house belonging to the british clown Albert seems to be more stamped
than the one "Facteur Cheval" could have realised. What a personality! What a cachet! Near one
million post stamps from ground to ceiling. Constrained to retirement, Albert recover evrything
that come in his hand with post stamps. First the house furnishings and then the bibelots. And when
there is nothing left, he creates his own base.