|Advertisement for sandals, made by Edward Carpenter, Millthorpe, near Chesterfield, Derbyshire|
Light make, with or without linings, 10/6 the pair.
Stronger, specially for outdoor use, 12/- the pair.
These sandals, made from a pattern used in Cashmere [?Kashmir, India], can be worn either with or without stockings, and are suitable for indoor use at all times and for outdoors in dry weather. They are pleasant to wear and elegant in appearance, and by restoring freedom and circulation to the foot render it in a short time as healthy and vital as the hand. To persons suffering from cold feet they are specially recommended. The best materials only are used, and the sandals are very durable.
Orders, with measurement and other particulars, may be sent to either of the undersigned.
Measurement: take outline of foot on a piece of paper, and state whether instep is high, low or medium.
Low heels can be put on if required. Sandals for children supplied at lower price than the above.
Edward Carpenter, Millthorpe, near Chesterfield.
George E. Adams, 94 Colver Road, Sheffield.
Original at Sheffield City Archives: Carpenter/NC/4/71b.
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