Standing just over 2' tall and resembling a sculpture more than a shoehorn, this elegant tool functions just as a long shoehorn should. In addition to putting shoes on, the rigid shaft enables the user to remove shoes by putting the horn in the heel of a shoe and pressing down.
The beechwood body is available with a natural or a chestnut brown satin finish. The slim contour of the horn flows smoothly into the impact-resistant resin base. The base, weighted for stability, has friction padding on the bottom to keep it from sliding or marking flooring.
Designed by Italian architect and furniture designer Leonardo Rossano, the horn is 23" (58cm) long, and the base is 2" (5cm) high and 2 3/4" (7cm) in diameter.