21437RE: [SCA-JML] Re: Geta
- Jul 11, 2006Ohayo!
Several pair that I have (all made in the 1900s, I think) are paulownia,
photos taken in the 1800s depict paulownia blanks being prepared to be made
into geta, and a several references (web and print) discuss paulownia as a
common construction material for geta in period. The geta that I have are
light in weight and show surprising little wear.
Any other wood being commonly used that anyone knows about?
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> Posted by: "wodeford" wodeford@... wodefordCool links. What's the traditional wood used? SNIP
I would not recommend pine if you wear socks, resin!!!
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