Definition of Bootmaker. Meaning of Bootmaker. Synonyms of Bootmaker

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Definition of Bootmaker

Bootmaker
Bootmaker Boot"mak`er, n. One who makes boots. -- Boot"mak`ing, n.

Meaning of Bootmaker from wikipedia

- Shoemaking is the process of making footwear. Originally, shoes were made one at a time by hand, often by groups of shoemakers, or cobblers (also known...
- Jones Bootmaker is a footwear retailer based in the United Kingdom, with forty-two retail outlets throughout the United Kingdom. In 1857, Alfred and Emma...
- John Lobb Bootmaker is a company that manufactures and retails a luxury brand of shoes and boots, mainly for men but also for women. Leather goods such...
- The Bootmakers of Toronto are a literary society devoted to Sherlock Holmes and located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A number of fans of Sherlock Holmes...
- Harold Brighouse. It stars Charles Laughton in the role of Victorian bootmaker Henry Hobson, Brenda De Banzie as his eldest daughter and John Mills as...
- The Bootmakers' Tower (Romanian: Turnul Cizmarilor, German: Schusterturm) is located in the north-east of the Citadel in Sighişoara, belonging to Mureș...
- The Lucchese Bootmaker Company (/luːˈkeɪsi/) is a Texas-based, American manufacturer and retailer of luxury level western-inspired footwear and cowboy...
- administrated by Philippe, Odette and their son, Xavier Aubercy. Aubercy bootmaker was founded in 1935 by André and his wife Renée Aubercy. The company first...
- A boot and shoe clicker is the person who cuts the uppers for boots or shoes from a skin of leather or piece of man-made material (usually from a bulk...
- John Lobb founded the company John Lobb Bootmaker. John Lobb was born in Tywardreath, near Fowey, Cornwall on the 27th December 1829. Unable to follow...