I am making queries on behalf of someone else, so don't have the item to personally examine.
They are described as 13-in. and 14-in. long and may have a green tinge in daylight. To me they look 19th century and possibly friggers? But although described as drumsticks I can't see this as being the actual use! Any other ideas, or are they purely decorative?
They were believed to be made by Chance (the owner's mother, where they derived, had a shop in Smethwick), but unless it is a frigger my best guess would be Nailsea, which was associated with Chance, or one of the Stourbridge makers.
I will try and get better and more detailed photos, if required.