This is a drum major mace featuring a dome-shaped gold painted top, under which is the military emblem for:
'The Wostershire Regiment'
'The Worcestershire Regiment was a line infantry regiment in the British Army, formed in 1881 under the Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 29th Regiment of Foot and the 36th Regiment of Foot.'
The cane shaft features a twisted green and red rope and is finished with an original cartridge ferrule
'A drum major is an individual leading a band. Drum majors utilize a ceremonial mace for giving commands while marching.'
Perfect for a military collector or display
Total length - 123cm / 48.5"
The diameter of the top at the widest part - 7.3cm
Shaft diameter - 2.5cm tapering to 1.7cm
Weight - 402g
Good condition - some gold paint loss to the top & surface age marks.
Antique Military Worcestershire Regiment Drum Majors Mace - Twisted Rope - 48.5"