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Rare Antique American Shoe Case

S/N:2CF329

Early 1900s

United Kingdom

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Rare Antique American Shoe Case

20TH CENTURY FILTH
Very rare American shoe suitcase made by the Fulton Leather Goods Company, New York, who were located at 138 West 25th Street.
Ive never seen one like this and while probably not a bespoke piece, it has the owners initials on the front.
Lined in a beautiful green taffeta, the shoe trees are made from wood and painted in a matching green.
Would look wonderful as a display piece for beautiful shoes, or even to just keep regularly worn shoes by the front/back door.
The case is rigid, with leather trims to the edging and handle and this is well worn.
Within the case, there is a central divider that can be removed (please see photos) if storage is needed for other items.
The inside of the case is pretty immaculate, no rips to the fabric or chips to the wood paint.
Its really quite special.
(Please note: if you are around a size 10, the case won't close shut! If you are smaller - Im a size 5, it does easily.
Would make a wonderful gift for someone who enjoys looking at their shoes (erm, like I do) or even within a retail environment.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 30cm (11.81in)
  • W: 50cm (19.69in)
  • D: 42cm (16.54in)

Period: 

Early 1900s

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20TH CENTURY FILTH

By Appointment Only
East Sussex
TN38, UK
United Kingdom

20th Century Filth is run by Sandra Carter who left a career in advertising and life in London for the seafront in St Leonards on Sea; an area already known for it’s antiques and vintage shops.

Having renovated a few properties which fuelled her interest (read: obsession) with all forms of mid-century design, she’s gone from being tasked with hunting down specific items for family, friends and Clients to focusing full time on sourcing beautiful pieces from France, Italy, Germany and the UK.

She offers a variety of antiques and design from late 18th century to the 1980s, but with a specialist interest in mid century lighting. 

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