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1810-1830 cream toile shoes with ribbon rosette. Straight soles. No back seam. Inner linen.

Amazingly well preserved - cream toile shoes with ribbon rosette. No back seam.

Pair of woman's slippers. French, worn in America, about 1815–25. Mehetable Stoddard Sumner (Welles), American, 1784–1826. In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Pair of woman's slippers. French, worn in America, about Mehetable Stoddard Sumner (Welles), American, In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Darling pair of early 1900s pair of low cut child's shoes with ankle strap in a brown leather. Shoe button closure. Leather bow across the front of shoes. These cute shoes have been worn, however, sti

Antique Victorian Edwardian 1900 Children Ankle Strap Shoes

Darling pair of early pair of low cut child's shoes with ankle strap in a brown leather. Leather bow across the front of shoes. These cute shoes have been worn, however, sti

Shoes ca. 1790-1800 via Manchester City Galleries

American Duchess:Historical Costuming: What Kind of Heel Is That? A Quick Guide to Historical Shoe Heels

RINASCIMENTO ABBIGLIAMENTO 1500

A chopine is a type of womens platform shoe that was popular in the and centuries. Chopines were originally used as a patten, clog, or overshoe to protect the shoes and dress from mud and street soil. Compare to some shoe designs of

Abiti Antichi- scarpe 44

weren't made left and right then- you just had to break them in to fit the correct way! Right and left were first developed about

(I love these!!!)  Ladies slippers, English, about 1800. Made by John Staton, English, active about 1800. White kid bound with reddish orange ribbon and painted with lines of red; there are low red heels. Paper label in left shoe: "Staton, Makers, No. 10 Charing Cross and 101 Fleet St., London. Merchants and Country Dealers supplied at low rates." Worn with 22.665. In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

) Ladies slippers, English, about Made by John Staton, English, active about White kid bound with reddish orange ribbon and painted with lines of red; there are low red heels.

Regency Spangled Silk Shoes, circa 1793-98

English, silk satin with sequins and metallic passementerie and leather. 600 Years of Embroidery from the Permanent Collection: Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art,

late 1800s to early 1900s This is a pair of late Victorian era boots. Beautifully aged, brown leather shapes the lace up boots. They feature wood stacked heels. - brown leather shoes - lace up boots -

Victorian women's boots

This is a pair of late Victorian era boots. Beautifully aged, brown leather shapes the lace up boots. They feature wood stacked heels. - brown leather shoes - lace up boots - wood stacked heels CONDIT

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