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Shoe, ca 1670-1739, Musee International de la Chaussure

Pair of woman's shoes, France, c. White leather embroidered with mullticoloured floral motifs.

XVII secolo brocade shoes with pattens

multicoloured brocade/ maroon gros grain and -pattino-

Туфельки 1910-го года

1910 Pumps of gray silk satin and metallic brocade. Rhinestone and metallic thread buckle attached to vamp, buckle resembles two crescent moons attached at their pointed ends.

Women´s shoes owned by the Swedish queen Christina of Sweden (1626-1689). Embroidered side atlas, silver wire. Height: 105 mm, length: 225 mm.

Women´s shoes owned by the Swedish queen Christina of Sweden Embroidered side atlas, silver wire.

haftowane srebrem XVIII w

Shoe embroidered with silver, eighteenth century., National Museum in Wroclaw, photo.

for Paul Poiret by PERUGIA, circa 1922, personal wardrobe of Denise Poiret

ca 1922 Paul Poiret shoes by Perugia in an ivory-ground Aubusson tapestry of C flavour. Personal wardrobe of Denise Boulet-Poiret.

Cream silk evening slippers, European, 1805-1815. Simple but elegant slippers typify the styles around 1810, as this pair in cream silk demonstrates. The extremely short vamp and rounded toe are particularly notable characteristics of this date. The heel was becoming vestigial in the first quarter of the century, and although low by modern standards, the variety seen here was one of the higher types produced at the time.

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

Heels in History: Louis XIV Heel: Status and Seduction. Click for more

Green shoes, Italian, These preserved high-heeled shoes date to the early The heels are made of bevel-carved wood covered in deep red Moroccan leather.

"Shoe, c. 1660's" Whaaa so cool! Want to use it steampunk! How fun and what a lovely shoe.

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