Decorative wooden stick or baton, tapering from 'grip' to end - which is fashioned into a moustachioed and beared head (with round cap). Below the head there is engraved decoration comprising fishes, serpents, stylised horses, unidentified armorial bearings and Cyrillic (Bulgarian?) monogram. A small rectangular silver plate near the grip is engraved (in six lines): 'UNCLE GEORGE / In Remembrance. / 1915 1919 / SALONIKA ARMY / AND / BLACK SEA FORCES'.
The baton / stick is in a well-made leather covered fitted case - in tubular form with detachable top, the inside of which bears two printed stickers: (1) SALONIKA REUNION ASSOCIATION; (2) Return to: F G RICHARDSON, 10 CRATHIE ROAD, LEE, LONDON S.E.12 PHONE LEE GREEEN 3520'
Short staff or stick perhaps symbolic of some sort of rank or status and associated with the activites of the Salonika Reunion Association, and more particularly, with Field Marshal Lord Milne - whose nickname as Commander in Chief of the British Salonika Army 1916-1918 was 'Uncle George'.