Antique American Primitive Country Pine Boot Jack or Boot Stand Late 19th or Early 20th Century
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From the estate of an 18th century farmhouse in Boylston, MA. American Period Furniture. Made and pegged of Pine wood with original patina. This would be a stand to assist with the donning and removal of tall boots and their care. The long handle is pegged into the base with 4 wood pegs. A metal screw repair was made at some later date. There is a mark burned in to the underside of one of the side stretchers. It appears to be a number. Lovely ovoid handle with circular cut-out smoothly finished for comfortable grip. This American Country piece clearly shows wear. The finish has areas of discoloration; there are some paint flecks on the boards, as one would expect in a piece approaching 100 years of age. • 31” to top of handle . • 10” to top of platform. • 12” depth. • 8” base width. The surface finish of this boot jack has sustained staining over the years, as shown in the photographs. There are nicks, scratches and areas of discoloration; some paint flecks. This boot jack may be picked up in Boylston, MA. Flat rate shipping for CONUS. All other destinations please email for shipping quote. All items are sold "as is". These are antique pieces of furniture; small nicks and scratches are part of the beauty of an antique and are not described unless significant. Please ask any questions prior to offering to purchase.
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- Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
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- Width: 8 inches
- Height: 31 inches
- Depth: 12 inches
- Weight: 3.25 pounds
- The surface finish of this boot jack has sustained staining over the years, as shown in the photographs. There are nicks, scratches and areas of discoloration; some paint flecks.
- pine wood