Scarlet satin high white leather Louis heel shoes. Great Britain. C. 1775-1785
Anterior a 1800 | El blog de Las Cosas de Mami
ca 1740-60 ladies dress shoes with still bright red silk uppers and silk covered heels. Note that the heels became lower and lower as the 18th century came to a close.
1770s Shoe-Icons / Shoes / Lady's white and green kidskin shoes with Louis heel.
American Colonial Period Shoes: ca. 1770-1790, French, silk damask, contrast colour embellishments and heel covering, leather soles, Louis XIV heels.
Woman's Spitalfields silk damask shoes with buckles 1740s - 1700–50 in Western fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
oldrags: Shoes, ca 1700-20, Hampshire City Council museum
White silk brocade slippers, 1770s, French. Decorated with chocolate-brown ruching and an embroidered floral motif, waisted heels sheathed in white leather, and a white soft leather sole, size 37, Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Striped silk Louis heel shoes, c.1750s, decorated with a bow on the vamp. Ladies dark lilac silk shoes with red and yellow stripes. Vamp is decorated with ecru silk bow. Edge piping is of the same silk, pleated at the vamp throat. Lining of the vamp - linen, quarters are lined with cream kid leather.
Lady's everyday buckle shoes with small heels. France. c. 1780