walking stick

Wooden ciupaga walking stick, with an axe-shaped head in the form of a bird. It is made of one piece of wood, and tapers towards the bottom, where there is a metal pin. It is carved along both sides of the staff with scallop shapes, and at the end into the shape of an axe. It is painted black.

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