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Antique Ladies Shoe Form - Late 19th Century

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This is a very old wooden shoe form from the late 1800's. Tiny feet for ladies were considered fashionable at that time and this is from Milwaukee and is an unique and interesting shoe form for a ladies shoe, size 4B. The shoe manufacturer was Kreavler Bros. It can sit flat or you will notice that it was shaped to allow for a 2 inch heel. Solid wood with metal on the bottom to allow for nailing the soles which is also unusual. 96 is engraved on the back of the shoe and it probably means the year,1896. In great vintage condition and measures 8 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide at the widest point. Looks great on a shelf, in a lady's bedroom, or as a bookend/paperweight.

Antique Ladies Shoe Form - Late 19th Century

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: wood, metal
  • Feedback: 334 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Georgia, United States.
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