CHILD'S pair of English, mid to late 19th century Lancashire clogs: These are traditional, wooden-soled shoes associated with the Victorian working-class poor, and worn in conditions where it was cold and damp underfoot, such as in the cotton mills. The shoes are hand-made using rigid black leather cowhide, and wooden soles reinforced with clog irons. Traditional combination of brass and metal studs was employed with brass studs used on the toe caps.
Condition: Very pleasing, tactile objects that come in good antique and well-preserved condition with wear to one strap, as shown. No Repairs.
Size: Sole length is 5 ¾". Maximum sole width is 2 ½".Depth is 3".
Item ID: RL-EA001528
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