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Brown leather shoe: 16th  century

Early Century, slashed leather shoes to show off coloured stockings underneath. Museum of London, UK.

Another open work shoe The shoe shown here on the left has openwork designs cut into the leather dates from the early 13th century. Selection of decorated leather shoes: 13th-14th century

Decorative Leather Shoes - Museum of London - Left: Cutwork Top: Poulaine Fashionable in London Last: Leaf pattern, engraved and scraped, late

A group of hardy Tudors at work.

A romantic moated redbrick Tudor mansion in Suffolk with extensive gardens and rare breed farm. Regular events including the famous Tudor Re-Creations and Scaresville.

Medieval men's festsko party shoe and baby boot (1300-1500 AD) - Medieval Stockholm Museum

Medieval men's festsko party shoe and baby boot AD) - Medieval Stockholm Museum

Poulaine Shoe, 14th century . This leather shoe is some 600 years old and forms part of a group of shoes excavated from the site known as Baynard’s castle (sitecode BC72), excavated during the early 1970s. (http://www.mymuseumoflondon.org).

This leather shoe is some 600 years old and forms part of a group of shoes excavated from the site known as Baynard’s castle

(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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Shoe, cf. http://metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/80028892?rpp=60=1=on=*=A.D.+1400-1600=Leather=58

Shoe, cf. http://metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/80028892?rpp=60=1=on=*=A.D.+1400-1600=Leather=58

Full image caption Selection of medieval shoes. The shoe on the left is a woman's welt construction shoe for the left foot with a narrow oval toe, and narrow waisted sole which shows signs of outdoor wear. The high cut vamp has a straight edge, and the decoration consists of three longtitudinal cuts from the toe with two rows oblique slashes along the edge of the throat. The other two shoes are of leather and plain in design.   Date 1570 AD - 1600 AD

Full image caption Selection of medieval shoes. The shoe on the left is a…

felt boot | Tibetan Empire, Kingdom of Khotan | Mazar Tagh, Taklamakan desert,  Xinjiang Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China | c. 8th-10th century

Felt boot from Mazar Tagh in the British Museum collection. Dated century. Mazar Tagh is an ancient fort situated in what is now called China.

Boot (image 1) | early to mid 14th century | leather | Museum of London | ID #: BC72[250]<3698>

Boot Production Date: Late Medieval: early - century Measurements: H 185 mm; L 200 mm; W 75 mm Materials: leather

Shoe, flat, with cover and heel cut, pale yellow velvet and with bovine leather sole with embossed geometric decoration, strap closure on the instep, anonymous, circa 1550-74 (Rijksmuseum)

“Shoe, flat, with Cover and heel cut – to pale yellow – velvet and with bovine leather sole with embossed geometric decoration, strap closur.

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