8.5 inches tall, and 14 sets of buttons in this pair of button boots. Refer to last photo and condition comments below for. Size: no size indicated, refer to measurements below. (refer to photos fpor up close details).
Total boot height 8.25. Length of sole-bottom length of toe tip to back of the block heel 10. Length of the sole outer toe tip to the back of the heel 10.75. Width across the bottom of the sole at the ball of the foot (the widest point) is 3. Around arch of foot 9.5.
Condition: wearable pre-owned antique condition. Wear is consistent with a shoe of this age. Leather has been conditioned but with antique leather it could always use conditioning to soften further. Notable issues: sole could ultimately use repair/restoration. Slight discoloration/soiling and pinholes in canvas uppers-needs cleaning (see last photo for examples/details) creases, rippling and minor scratches in the leather from 100 years of wear.Photos also include the bottom of the sole. Please refer to the photos for further details and notable issues. Which includes over 200 dresses, capes, purses, shoes, children's, & toddler/baby. Please understand that vintage clothing and vintage fabric have age to it, and even when in excellent condition, they show wear. They are not new items. Even the most cared for vintage items of clothing is likely to have some wear and tear and vintage pieces can commonly have tiny spots/marks, fading/yellowing, or pin holes. I attempt to present all damage by describing and photographing it but sometimes little things get by me. Items will have some wear as to be expected with used goods.
Please read the description and look at pictures carefully as all items will be as described. Measurements are taken to the best of our ability, but there may be a 5-10% variation. Please remember that colors photograph and can display differently depending on the camera and/or the computer. This item is made of cotton twill and antique boots, unisex boots, cotton, two tone, lace up, leather, distressed, edwardian, 1910s, buttons, wool, 1900s.