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Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design (Norway) item number dated Hand-woven silk and linen fabrics, plain weave, skins and leather. Hand embroidered with silk thread, hand sewn and glued.

Shoes, ca 1795, Museum Weißenfels

Pair of women's shoes, late century. Dark red silk brocaded with floral motifs, green silk ribbon trim, low heel, pointed toe.

Pair of shoes, 1775, England, Chamberlain & Sons (Maker), Satin, Silk (textile), Paste Buckles. Original owner Prudence Jenkins, wore these at her wedding in 1778. | Historic New England

Shoes Description: Pink satin shoes with straps and heel of white satin; pointed tongue and toe; Label: Walk Right In Maker: Chamberlain & Sons (Maker) Date: Material: satin silk (textile)

Open Toe, Lisa, Footwear, Wallets, Shoes, Shoe, Zapatos

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,

American Duchess:Historical Costuming: Regency Shoes - Delightful Flats | Historical Costuming and sewing of Rococo 18th century clothing, 16th century through 20th century, by designer Lauren Reeser

Witchy Shoes c. Worthing Museum and Art Gallery. [non-leather version]🐾

Pair of Woman's Shoes Johnathan Hose & Son (England, London, active 18th century) England, London, 1756 Costumes; Accessories Brocaded silk, leather, linen

Lady's brocaded silk, leather, and linen shoes, by Johnathan Hose & Son, c.

Evening slippers ca. 1815-1820 British   Silk This pair of evening slippers mostly showed the completely heelless ladies shoes during Empire period. They are made out of delicate and light materials to match the style of dress. They also had pointed toes.

Slippers, Evening Vandervell Date: Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: 2 x 9 in. x cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,

Manchester City Galleries item 1969.159,  1790-1800, Glazed red kid bound in red silk ribbon. Lined with white linen. Elongated pointed toes. Leather sole. Heel covered in kid, slightly waisted.

Manchester City Galleries shoes Glazed red kid bound in red silk ribbon. Lined with white linen. Heel covered in kid, slightly waisted.

1795-1810 ca. Kid Leather Slippers, English.  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. http://www.mfa.org

Purple kid, with pointed toe, rosette of sewing silk and button; Made by Seames, 9 Ludgate St.

Elizabethan shoes 1605 Italian

Pair of women's shoes, unfinished Italian, Italy Dimensions x 9 x cm x 3 x 3 in.) Medium or Technique Tooled leather and silk cord and tassels Classification Costumes Accession Number