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Slippers   Date: first half 20th century  Culture: Indian  Medium: cotton, leather, metallic thread  Dimensions: Length: 11 in. (27.9 cm)

Slippers Date: first half century Culture: Indian

"VanderBiltmore Style": Evening shoes Department Store: Alfred J. Cammeyer (1849–1913) Date: 1915–20 Culture: American Medium: Leather, beads.

"VanderBiltmore Style": Evening shoes Department Store: Alfred J. Cammeyer Date: Culture: American Medium: Leather, beads.

WOMEN'S SHOES OF BROCADED SILK TOBINE...  English or American (with American family history), ca. 1750s

Brocaded silk shoes Possibly marriage shoes of Sarah White in 1755 Cora Ginsburg

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Children’s Boots  Date: 1644-1912  Culture: Manchu  Made At: Asia, China  Medium: Silk and leather  Dimensions: 10 3/4 x 2 1/2 x 6 1/2 in. (27.3 x 6.4 x 16.5 cm)

Children’s Boots Date: Culture: Manchu Made At: Asia, China Medium: Silk and leather Dimensions: 10 x 2 x 6 in. x x cm) Such fine condition! Manchu were a spoke of the Blue Horde Mongols- Hence the all terrain horse ready boots!

Manchurian  platform shoes for women. China , 19th century

NOT a lotus shoe - the flowerpot style shoe worn by Manchu women who didn't bind their feet.

Paige Sheffer: I pinned these shoes because foot binding in China was very common.  Mostly for the wealthy and more rich people.  They thought small feet was a sign of beauty.  So the girls would wrap rags around their feet and keep them there for long, long periods of times.

Shoes Date: Culture: Chinese Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length: 6 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, 1943 Accession Number: b

Shoes, France, 1710-1720

Shoe Date: 1697 Medium: Tin-enameled earthenware (Delftware

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