This item would have sat in a shop window of a tradesman shop for many year amusing customer as they passed by.
A rare and decorative English folk art shoe makers trade sign. The shoe is hand made from scratch and consists of leather and wooden sole with flat head nails. This is a one off item as it was likely made specifically for a particular shoe makers shop in the United Kingdom. The item is very well made and solid if form. Dating to the early part of the 20th century this item shows obvious age, wear and tear.
Size: Boot – H 20” x W 22” x D 8”
Origin: United Kingdom
Age: 1920 – 40s
This is an item dated early 20th Century so expect wear and tear in the nature of loss of color, scuff, light repair and tears across the boot. the boot has light scuffs to the front section, weathered rear section to the flap (photographed) and a split under the rear section of the flap, which has been stitched as has the front bridge section, the wooden sole is aged and shows a great patina, The boot is structurally secure and firm in form. It’s strongly suggested to review all the photos provided as part of this advert. You won’t find another one that’s for sure in such good condition and decorative look.
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Cancellation / Refunds
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