Tuesday’s Find…a boot scrape

I need one of these.  Gardens are muddy and those wimpy little boot brush things to put outside the door don’t do the job.  This boot scrape is elegant in its simplicity and utilitarian design.  It  would fantastic outside my cottage door.

19th c Boot Scraper

Wrougt iron boot scrape

This spring has been especially wet in the gardens I work in.  My mud shoes and boots are always full of other people’s muck–sometimes up to the ankles and my kitchen floor (I don’t have a mud room) is always dirty.  I’m tired of sweeping and mopping the floor (I don’t have help either) and if I take my boots off outside they never dry out and they’r oh, so cold, in the morning! It’s available from M. Finkel and Daughter in Philadelphia.

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About Susan aka Miss. R

Professional landscape designer, lover of the land and all things design.
LABELS: Antiques, gardeners, Gardens, vintage

One Response to Tuesday’s Find…a boot scrape

  1. This is awesome, what a unique find! I don’t have a garden, but would love one of these outside my apartment to wipe muddy shoes on!;-)

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