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Side lacing ankle boot by Gundry & Sons

Ankle boot, side lace, girls, silk satin / leather / linen, made by Gundry & Sons / [made for Miss J Lovell], London, England, 1830-1845

Girls single left straight side lace ankle boot of turnshoe construction with square rounded toe and no heel. Boot consists of a pale blue silk satin upper featuring seamed front and back, side lacing with eight pairs of worked holes, (laces missing) and square cut tongue. Upper lined in natural linen, the sock in white linen and the sole is leather.
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