Slippers: ca. 1720-1739, French, leather, silk.

Slippers, French, leather, silk Gift of Miss Agles Clarke 1938 Metropolitan Museum of Art,

1925-1927 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening shoes Saks Fifth Avenue (American, founded Date: Culture: French (probably) Medium: silk, leather Dimensions: Heel to Toe: 8 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Luise S. Davidson, 1975 Accession Number: b This artwork is not on display

Slippers  1862-1865  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art  In the 1860s, heeled shoes became the norm for going outside and attending social events, replacing the heelless slippers of the pervious decades.  At home, women replaced their heeled shoes with slippers like these, which could be as fancy as their reglar shoes, but were much more comfortable.

Miller & Co. lady's slippers, American, kid leather, silk satin, sueded leather / Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Shoes, Date: 1750–69 Culture: British Medium: wool, linen, silk.   The printed silk heel is extremely unusual, as printed silks were not common and practically never used for footwear.

Shoes, Date: Culture: British Medium: wool, linen, silk. The printed silk heel is extremely unusual, as printed silks were not common and practically never used for footwear.

© Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 1730s-1740s. Given by Col. F. G. G. Bailey. This pair of women's shoes is made up of a brocaded silk woven in Spitalfields, London. Indoor shoes for women were usually made of patterned silk although it was very rare for them to match the fabric of the gown worn with them. The shoes have a fashionable pointed toe, a medium stocky heel and latchets that would have been fastened with buckles. ...

shoes - made from broacade Spitalfields silk, showing fashionable pointed toes and fold over tongues.

Pair of Woman's Shoes with Buckles (Wedding) England, circa 1740s Costumes; Accessories a,b) Shoes: Brocaded silk, leather, linen, kid leath...

whenasinsilks: Pair of Woman’s Shoes with Buckles, shoes of brocaded silk lined with leather and kid with leather soles, buckles of conch shell, brass and metal, c.

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