Commercially produced in Birmingham, England with turned wood mushroom terminal grips encased in woven leather as found on coshes. Natural horsetail or mane (blind stitched) ends. Styled to be en suite with British tropical gear including pith helmets and swagger sticks. Served at the Gallipoli campaign (Dardanelles), the Mesopotamian Campaign (Lawrence of Arabia) and other Arabic areas of the Ottoman Empire. About 20" in total length. Very few survived.