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(originals)These early medieval shoes are a replica of a pair that was found in Ballymacomb, Ireland. Shoes like these were mainly made of thin leather. They were worn between 700 and 900 AD by the lower classes of Ireland, Man and Scotland.

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Pen case and lid      Place of origin:      Italy (made)     Date:      1500-1520 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Moulded leather, tooled, carved and stamped     Credit Line:      Bequeathed by George Salting     Museum number:      W.108&A-1910

Pen case and lid

Pen case and lid Place of origin: Italy (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Moulded leather, tooled, carved and stamped Credit Line: Bequeathed by George Salting Museum number:

Little boy wearing Scottish Highland kilt

Antique photo of boy in kilt, Scottish. Another picture of a child that reminds me of Donald Trump.

Medieval shoe, probable river find

Medieval shoe, probable river find

Medieval shoe with leaf design, ca. 1300, no further info.

Medieval shoe 1300 with leaf design

Astuccio porta libro/ Medieval book case

Book Box (ca. Northern Italy Lombardy 165 x 130 mm Gift of a benefactor, PML 127676 Held by The Morgan Library & Museum

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Ankle Boot Adult size right foot shoe with a one-piece sole, vamp and two-piece quarters. Late Medieval; late 14th-early 15th century

ONLINE COLLECTIONS: Medieval Leather Shoes, Museum of London, UK. The Museum holds some of the best leather collections in the world, dating from 900 to

Pattens. Irish #medieval shoes. Raised off the ground to keep fashionista's feet out of the mucky streets. @NMIreland

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Raised off the ground to keep fashionista's feet out of the mucky streets.

“Spanish decorative shoe (1590-1600) belonging to Bayerischen National Museum, Munchen. Source : Durian-Ress, Schuhe, 1992″. MorganDonner.com

Franklin What if we built you something like this with a flip flop in the bottom? Spanish decorative shoe belonging to Bayerischen National Museum, Munchen.

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