he cane took upon itself the function of not only supporting during walking, for people who need it, but also gained the importance of an accessory. The cane has become very popular as an accessory among aristocrats. Every self-respecting gentleman considered it obligated to have such an attribute of prosperity. The presence of the cane was not only the privilege of men, but also of women, who at all times were subject to fashion. The variety of types of canes was constantly increasing, and their decoration became richer and richer. The owners of this attribute did not spare any means to show their status and stand out, encrusting the canes with noble metals, precious stones, and even ivory. A special indicator of prosperity was the presence of a whole collection of canes of all kinds and purposes.