Nice pair of children's shoes carved. Length: 15 cm, height: 17 cm. The legend of the hooves of the Bethmale Valley Moors invaded the south of France and especially the Pyrenees in the ninth century.
They occupied the Bethmale valley under their leader \The chief's son fell in love with the prettiest girl of the valley. It was called \Esclarlys was already betrothed to the shepherd hunting chamois \The latter was entrenched in the mountains with his friends to organize a vengeance. Darnert uprooted two walnut trees, the base formed a right angle with the roots. Using an ax and a knife, he cut and dug a pair of shoes (Esclops) having the shape of a crescent moon with a long tapered tip like a dart. Then one day, the shepherds, darnert at their head, resounded the \Then they marched through the village.
Darnert, donning his hoofed long points, had hung the heart of the infidel Bethmalaise left and the Moorish right. Since that time, on Christmas night, the groom gives his bride a pair hoofed long points, dressed in leather and richly decorated with golden tips drawing a heart (on top of the shoe). It also offers a red distaff and spindle all manufactured with all her love - more advanced hoof is, the more love is ardent. In return, the bride gives her a knitted wool embroidered velvet purse and a plumed ribbons, glitter or jet. Check out my other items!
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