A courgette in front of an old, wonderful front door made of oak
The shoe factory was established in the 16th district of Vienna in 1900 by Anton Pelz, a shoemaker master from Bohemia. Henceforth the name Pelz stood for high quality and handmade shoes for women and men. In 1920, thirty people were employed at the shoe factory that resided meanwhile in the 7th district. In order to remain profitable in the war and crisis years greater emphasis was paid on exports and the expansion of mechanized production. Nevertheless, the intention to produce high quality was never abdonded. The grandson of the founder ran the business until the 1960s. Sorry for the quite bad quality of the photos, but due to the difficult light and the reflections I could not take better ones.
The so-called ‘Golden Twenties’ were indeed golden, at least to some extent.
Four orignal pieces from the Inter war period