Vintage child’s cowboy boots (see images); authentic American made suede western child’s cowboy outfit; manufactured in Texas, circa 1948-1952. Fine quality suede is used to dress up a young cowboy with a vest and a well made pair of chaps. The chaps are light tanned suede with a dark brown fringe to the edges and one of the pockets; two metal conchas on each chap, as well as metal border rivets to the heart and diamond “decos” complete the design and decoration of the chaps. Attached straps and buckles hold the chaps to the leg. The vest is similarly decorated with two round metal conchas, rivet borders to the clover and heart decoration, and a dark brown fringe to the tanned suede body.
This never used outfit with no wear, is in outstanding original condition and comes with the added bonus of retaining it’s original box (see images). The orange and white graphics on the top of the original box depict several cowboys around a corral “breaking” a stallion. A rope frame completes the image.
The size is not stipulated but the measurements are as follows:
vest: top to bottom 11 1/2″
width at bottom 10 1/2″ or 21″ all around
chaps: length 18″
width (at the middle) 8 1/4″ (not supposed to wrap all the way around the leg; just supposed to cover the front and sides).
I found the boots separately and put them with the outfit. No size marked on boots but each boot is 7 1/4″ long x 2 7/8″ wide (outside measurements). They are very well made and sturdy.
I would guess age appropriate for a four year old to a seven year old, depending on their size.