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93/104/1-3 Component, part of shoes, for walking on water, reproduction, wood, designed by Lawrence Hargrave, Australia, 1870, made by Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1965-1975. Click to enlarge.

Wooden component from shoes

Designed
Part, wood, maker unknown, date unknown

Rectangular piece of plywood painted white. Holes are drilled into one of the short sides. No marks.

Summary

Object No.

93/104/1-3

Object Statement

Component, part of shoes, for walking on water, reproduction, wood, designed by Lawrence Hargrave, Australia, 1870, made by Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1965-1975

Physical Description

Part, wood, maker unknown, date unknown

Rectangular piece of plywood painted white. Holes are drilled into one of the short sides. No marks.

Dimensions

Height

130 mm

Width

4 mm

History

Notes

This part was found with the Lawrence Hargrave water shoes. It may have once been a rudder attached to the hinges at the back of the shoe. It was labeled with a tag that reads 'NN4067-1'

Cite this Object

Harvard

Wooden component from shoes 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 27 June 2022, <https://ma.as/375588>

Wikipedia

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