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Up before the beak

A whimsical bird cane that would make the perfect gift from Jeremy Clarkson to Piers Morgan


Geoffrey Breeze is an antique cane specialist. Based in Bath, this dealer regularly sells the most unusual items and we were especially impressed by a whimsical bird cane that he currently has on offer.


The whimsical bird cane currently available through Geoffrey Breeze
The whimsical bird cane currently available through Geoffrey Breeze
Jeremy Clarkson would like to see Piers Morgan up before the beak
Jeremy Clarkson would like to see Piers Morgan put “up before the beak”


This 96cm tall cane was made in Birmingham in 1902 and has a 12cm wide handle. It has a handle in the style of a bird’s head and on pressing a button below the jaw, it opens and snaps its beak. Perhaps, instead of further fueling their ongoing Twitter spat, Jeremy Clarkson ought to buy this cane for Piers Morgan instead of calling for him to be put up before the beak. Clarkson – said to be worth £31 million – could easily afford the £690 price tag.



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