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boots, pair

Object / Artefact › Applied Arts and Design
  • Description
    boots, men's, cheetah skin uppers, ankle height with short stacked heel, leather sole and inner, brown cotton cord laces, five sets of eyelets
  • Place
  • Other Number
    1998.8.1
  • Accession number
    1998.8.1
  • Accession date
    8 April 1998
  • Collection area
  • Item count
    1
  • Record richness

Artefact

  • Credit
    gift of WORLD, Auckland, 1998, collection of Auckland War Memorial Museum, 1998.8.1
  • Production
    WORLD (fashion house) (designer)
    Francesco Shoes Ltd (shoemaker)
    Auckland Central
    1997
    nineties
    bespoke
  • Signature/marks
    • MADE IN NEW ZEALAND  (manufacturer's name)
    • WORLD/NEWZEALAND  (designer's label)
    • 10  (size)
    • FRANCESCO/F/SHOES  (manufacturer's name)
    • 10  (size)
    • Made in/New Zealand  (origin)
  • Consists of
    • sole › leather
      cheetah skin upper, leather, rubber. cardboard box
    • heel › rubber
    • 3 - shoe box › cardboard
  • Dimensions
    0 - Whole height x width x depth/length (precise) : 170 x 108 x 305mm
    (h 170 x w 108 x l 305 mm; size 10. Shoe box: not recorded)
  • Classification
    Chenhall Nomenclature (Nomenclature)
    › 03 Personal Artifacts (Category)
    › Clothing (Classification)
    › Footwear (Sub-classification)
    › Boot (Primary Term)
  • Record created
    8 April 1998

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