An early 20th century Edwardian Scottish Sunday stick.
The Church of Scotland’s ban on golfing on Sunday, had the effect of the club makers producing walking sticks fashioned with a golf club head as a handle and they became known as ‘Sunday Clubs’ or ‘Sabbath sticks’.
The stick has a ‘wood’ golf club shaped handle with a lead infill, a bone and ebonised wood ferule and a mahogany shaft with a brass tip.
The Sunday stick is in good condition. (Circa 1910)
Length 88cm (34.6 inches)
Width 8cm (3.1 inches)
Depth 4.5cm (1.8 inches)
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