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Men's Black Leather ca. 1830-1840

Men's Black Leather ca. 1830-1840

A pair of black leather flat shoes or 'pumps' with slightly squared toes. They were fastened with silver or steel buckles. By the 1830s flat shoes had completely replaced the high-heeled styles normal in the eighteenth century. They followed the appearance of long trousers instead of breeches. The shoes form part of a court suit worn by the donor's ancestor, John Daniel Thorneley (1787-1848). - Museum of London

A pair of black leather flat shoes or 'pumps' with slightly squared toes. They were fastened with silver or steel buckles. By the 1830s flat shoes had completely replaced the high-heeled styles normal in the eighteenth century. They followed the appearance of long trousers instead of breeches. The shoes form part of a court suit worn by the donor's ancestor, John Daniel Thorneley (1787-1848). - Museum of London

Scarpa popolare inglese del XVI secolo, bassa.

Scarpa popolare inglese del XVI secolo, bassa.

Antique boots, black leather with spats,

Antique boots, black leather with spats,

1840's Leather Shoes

1840's Leather Shoes

Scarpe da uomo inglesi

Scarpe da uomo inglesi

Stivali medievali in stile celtico con fregi  http://armstreetitaly.com/negozio/calzature/stivali-medievali-in-stile-celtico-con-fregi

Stivali medievali in stile celtico con fregi http://armstreetitaly.com/negozio/calzature/stivali-medievali-in-stile-celtico-con-fregi

Pair of shoes, leather and silk velvet, ribbon tie, 1805-10 | V&A Search the Collections

Pair of shoes

Pair of shoes, leather and silk velvet, ribbon tie, 1805-10 | V&A Search the Collections

These fine black leather men's shoes show the further progression of latcheted shoes, here turned into very elegant dress slippers for dinner or dancing. Dated 1810-29, they foreshadow the long lines and square toes that shoes would achieve in the 1830s. This pair ties with silk ribbons, but I have seen examples that fasten with simpler cord.

These fine black leather men's shoes show the further progression of latcheted shoes, here turned into very elegant dress slippers for dinner or dancing. Dated 1810-29, they foreshadow the long lines and square toes that shoes would achieve in the 1830s. This pair ties with silk ribbons, but I have seen examples that fasten with simpler cord.

Shoes (Brogans)  /Third quarter of the 19th Century. Probably American, leather.  MET Accession Number: 2009.300.3164

Shoes (Brogans) /Third quarter of the 19th Century. Probably American, leather. MET Accession Number: 2009.300.3164

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