Awl Leather: Medieval Shoes

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Title

Awl Leather: Medieval Shoes

Subject

Archaeology, Awl Leather, Bellingen, Coppergate, craftsmen, England, Bruce Erskine, leather-work, New South Wales, NSW, re-enactment, retail, shoes, Viking, York

Description

Awl Leather is a company started by craftsman Bruce Erskine in 1991 and based in the New South Wales town of Bellingen that creates leather goods. Amongst their collection are a number of medieval shoes, some of which are based on actual medieval shoes discovered during archaeological excavations. For example, they sell a Coppergate Shoe based on the shoe found during the excavation of the Viking-Age Coppergate district in York, England.

Creator

Awl Leather

Date

10 January 2012

Rights

Awl Leather

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Citation

“Awl Leather: Medieval Shoes,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed June 25, 2021, https://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/693.