18th Century Conquistador Brass Battle Shoe Stirrup Great Hacienda Southwestern Decor
This 18th Century Brass Conquistador Battle Shoe Stirrup will make a superb piece of decor in your Hacienda or Southwestern Style Home. It is a great conversation piece and to have something that is over 270 years old is the start of a fantastic display. This would also make a great gift for Dad or the military historical collector.
This brass battle shoe is also signed in a few places. It has makers mark of FM on the base near the toe and at the heal it is marked 35 and FF which believe is the size and width of the casting.
The rust you see in the creases of the brass mold are from the metal bolt at the top of the shoe. This mid to late 1700s shoe measures 11" long and 3 1/2" wide across the bottom. The opening of the she is very large about 3 3/4" wide.