Santa Clara pottery moccasin boot
Santa Clara redware pottery moccasin, 1930's. Just one single shoe, not a pair, but still in excellent condition, very well made.
Pottery moccasins were made by the Pueblo Indians as a collectible item for tourists at the trading posts and railroad stations from 1870s to 1930s. They have very fine workmanship and are still valued as collector items. A unique Native American find.
Measurements: Measures about 3 1/4" tall, just over 4" wide, and 2 1/2" deep.