IRON BOOT SCRAPER Early American Hand-Wrought & Forged Circa 1800s
Antique Early American BOOT SCRAPER with double scroll design--a wonderful piece of primitive folk art and architecture.
Based on its simple scroll design and that is it forged and hand-wrought, the BOOT SCRAPER is most likely early as around the mid 1800s, boot scrapers were often more ornate and made using cast iron. Measures about 9 ½" tall and wide. It is attached to a 7 ½" wide, 9" long by 1 ¾” high wood base. Overall height of the scraper including the wood base is 11 ¼”.
This piece would make a wonderful addition to someone's folk art, antique architectural or primitive collection!
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