Thistlethwaite Americana | Boot Scrape in Slate
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Americana Batch #1-90

Boot Scrape in Slate

American, possibly Pennsylvania

19th Century

Wrought Iron and Slate


It is unusual to see a boot scrape mounted in slate. This is a particularly fine example with a very decorative wrought iron scraper.


WHY WE LOVE IT: Boots might have been made for walking but before you walk all over anyone, please scrape off the mud. It is highly unusual to find boot scrapes in slate.