Hat n' Boots Ornament
Hat n' Boots Ornament
Hat n' Boots Ornament

Hat n' Boots Ornament

Regular price $11.00 Sale

Most Seattleites are familar with the gigantic hat and boots in Georgetown's Oxbow Park, but in the 1950s they were designed by Lewis Nasmyth as a gas station (hat) and restroom (boots) in another part of Georgetown. They served their gas pumping, facility-providing purpose until the late 80s when they were left abandoned. They were restored and moved to their current Oxbow Park location in 2003.

3" wide, with silver enamel and a red string for easy hanging.