Womens Boot Cork Cage Wine Holder Bar Metal Shoe Laced Pink Ribbon And Beads For Sale
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Womens Boot Cork Cage with decorative pink ribbon laced up the back
Unique, fun and decorative way for collecting corks
California Decor Store is proud to offer you this adorable Boot Cork Cage. TheBootCork Cage is a fun and innovative way to keep and cherish corks from all those special occasions we have to celebrate; House Warming’s, birth of a child, holidays with friends and loved ones, job promotions, engagements, weddings, and even divorces! The list is endless!! Don't just throwyour corksin a jar or drawer; proudly show them off in a unique and creative way. Your friends will be amazed! I like to write on my corks with the date and the event it represents. If you are into wine or Champagne, this will definitely be a fun hobby!
Thetop is hinged and easily opens on theBoot Cork Cageto insert or remove your corks.You can also put a wine bottle into the Boot Cork Cage (a nice gesture if you are giving it as a gift)The Boot Cork Cageis also embellished witha pink ribbon that “laces” up the back. It has pink spheres (beads) to add a little color and personality.
Dimensions:5” x 7-3/4” x 14”
Places to enjoy your Cork Cage: The kitchen, above your cabinets, the bar, the patio, let your imagination and creation find the perfect place for your very ownBootCork Cage.
TheBootCork Cage would also make the perfect gift for any occasion.
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JUST FOR FUN BOOT FACTS:
Boots were first worn in cold, mountainous regions and hot, sandy deserts where horse-riding communities lived. Heels on boots kept feet secure in the stirrups.
The first lady’s boot was designed for Queen Victoria in 1840.
1870 - 1914 During this time period most women were wearing boots and cloth topped shoes. By 1885, shoes predominated again, though boots were still worn by many especially for driving.
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