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Equestrian Riding Polo Leather Boots
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CARE hand-wash
COLOR brown/gold/multi
CONDITION Very Good; light scuff, wear from age and use
DIMENSIONS 12" L x 5" W x 20" H
ERA Vintage
MADE IN England
MADE OF leather/brass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 02 - Oct 05
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Mike Seratt of The Prized Pig, based in Southern California, offers an eclectic, engaging and whimsical blend of vintage and antique pieces. The collection includes interesting —and often amusing — found objects, decorator accents and curiosities, all with a distinct charm. Mike searches continuously for elusive, one-of-a-kind items, and travels throughout the United States and Europe to make them available on One Kings Lane.
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Pair of English custom-made rich golden brown leather gentlemen's riding polo boots with brass accents. Boots are marked "Edward Green England" on the bottom inside and also on the side they are marked "The Polo Shop 10-1/2 16-19 40173." I'm assuming the size is 10-1/2. Light scuff, wear from age and use."
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