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Pair of early-1900s segmented gent's boot trees

Used for keeping leather boots in shape, the rare trees may also have been used by a cobbler for carrying out repairs. Each breaking down into a hinged section, a handle and a heel (Blu-Tacked in place for the photo!), the segments are marked L and R, respectively. A fine period display for the shoe shelf! 28cm long x 26cm. Age wear and some paint marks

Price: SOLD

Delivery to Mainland UK: FREE
Europe: 7.00 GBP
Rest of World: 12.50 GBP


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Pair of early-1900s antique segmented gent's boot trees
Early-1900s curved wooden fruit gathering trug Antique Persian Quchan hallway runner rug, c. 1900 French gold-leaf trompe l'oeil display letter 'R', c.1900 Extra-large French zinc metal wall rack, early 1900s Early-1900s French female mannequin torso
Early-1900s curved wooden fruit gathering trug Antique Persian Quchan hallway runner rug, c.1900 French gold-leaf trompe l'oeil display letter 'R', c.1900 Extra-large French zinc metal wall rack, early 1900s Early-1900s French female mannequin torso

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