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English. C1900. Forged from sheet steel full length and shaped for heel with leather straps riveted in brass to arch and heel. Right foot. 11.25 inches (28.5cms) x 4.25 inches (10.8cms).
English. C1900. Cut from sheet steel and lateral strap holder arms bent up at 90 degrees. Either foot. 7.75 inches (19.8cms) x W 4.75 inches (12.3cms) x H 2.25 inches (5.7cms).
English. C1900. Forged from sheet steel with leather strap and buckle. Either foot. 6 inches (19.8cms) x 4 inches (10.3cms).
English. C1900. Forged from sheet steel with forged steel strap rings. Either foot. 7.5 inches (19cms) x 4.25 inches (11cms).
English. C1900. Cut from sheet steel with leather arch straps riveted to iron. Either foot. 5 inches (12.8cms) x 4 inches (10.2cms).
French. Early 20C. St Emilion. Standard issue on farms and in vineyards at the time. Clog makers or Sabotiers were found in towns and villages throughout France right through the 1950′s. A sabotier could make 4 pairs in a day in a trade that was often passed from father to son. Leather straps. L 13.5 inches (34.5cms) x W 5 inches (13cms) x H 3.75 inches (9.5cms).
Eastern European. C mid 20C.
English. WW1 officer issue. Green Canvas with Leather straps. L 5.75 inches (14.5cms).
English. C 1900. Pigskin. L 13.5 inches (34cms).
English. C1900. Leather calfskin. Stamped ‘Cavalier Brand’. L 12 inches (29.5cms).
English. 20C. Leather with brass buckles and eyelets. L 11.5 inches (29cms).
English 1800′s.Child’s gaiters. As new condition. Also named ‘Buskins’ (from buck skin). L 8 inches 20.5cms).