Living: Ludwig-Reiter boots.
From our Middle England Correspondent:

"Found oneself drawn to some very natty boots worn by a
man in Prince of Wales check and a Tyrolean sweater.
They had a hint of the jockey about them and looked
formidably pricey but on sidling up I couldn't help
noticing that the bottom half looked more like black
rubber, perfectly complementing the dark tan upper
half and gros-grain trim. In fact they were worn by
two people, a charming man and woman from Vienna.
The maker is Ludwig-Reiter and the foot-protecting
material is not rubber but 'a by-product from trees'.
Perfect for chasing sheep in Derbyshire."

Photographs taken at Chatsworth by Kendra Wilson


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