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One of a pair of knee length men’s boots in black leather with soft white leather soles, indicating that these are horseman’s boots, and may be worn under galoshes when walking. Two black straps on each boot, one on either side of the leg, are for pulling the boot on. The lining is grey synthetic fur.



1 item (description level: part)
Broad category
Anthropology: Ethnography
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  boot
object name:  boot

Nukus, Uzbekistan, Central Asia, Asia
Additional place information
made or collected:  Nukus 
Date made
Additional date information
Teague, Ken
Additional collector information
collector:  Teague, Ken 
Date collected
Additional date information
date collected:  20/9/2000 
Additional culture information
maker or user:  Karakalpak 

Materials & techniques
leather; wool; synthetic material
Additional material & technique information
material: leather (overall)
material: synthetic material (overall)
material: wool (part)
overall: 360 x 100 x 360 mm
Additional measurement information
overall: 360 x 100 x 360 mm

Related objects
part of boots (2004.742) robe; waistcloth; hat (clothing: headwear) (object-125630)
hat (clothing: headwear) (object-125631)
Related subjects
maker or user: Karakalpak
object name: boots

Record created 2004-06-08 by GPOPE
Record last updated 2017-03-30 by XGVIEWS

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