Former pair of wooden sandals (padukas), South India, Late 19th and early 20th century
Dating: Late 19th-Early 20th century
Condition: Tiny gaps due to the age of the piece.
Padukas are sandals used mainly in the Indian world. They consist of a sole topped by a small appendix that slides between the first and second toes, allowing it to be maintained. They can be made up of different materials, the most common being wood, the essence of the latter indicating the social status of the wearer. For
the noblest species such as teak for example they can be part of the wedding kit of the bridegrooms.
- Totalt antall enheter
- Par Padilla's (sandaler)
- Avbildning, Gravert, Skåret
- Region/ Country of origin
- Bra tilstand, se beskrivelse
- 7×9.2×26 cm