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Bootmakers Trade Signage

S/N:THOA071

United Kingdom

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19th Century Bootmakers Trade Signage
We are proud to offer a late 19th Century framed boot makers stain glass trade sign. Made from cut ruby red and Glasgow beaten glass. This item was removed from a 1890 established shoe repair shop from the north of England. glass sections and joined with its original lead finish. This example has recently been framed in a hard wood to protect its form and so it can easily be hung for decorative purposes.
Size: W 58” x H 16” x D 1.4”
Condition: Age through natural wear and tear is present across this item, the lead sections show a natural patination. The wooden frame has been waxed using a natural beeswax to protect it. Hanging hooks are in place but this item doesn’t come with a hanging chain. Overall structurally firm in form and very good unbroken condition considering this advertising example is over 100 years old.



Dimensions: 

  • H: 41cm (16in)
  • W: 147cm (58in)
  • D: 4cm (1.4in)

Period: 

1900

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United Kingdom

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