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Mules, 1794, Made of silk, leather, and beads

France - Pair of women's beaded mules - Glass beads (sablé), leather sole and heel, silk lining, and gilt metal trim

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The Three Shoes Every (Penniless) Historical Costumer Needs

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,

Pietro Yantorny     ca. 1914–19

Pumps 1913 made by Pietro Yantorny (Italian), French, made of silk and wood, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Queen Victoria's Slippers: ca. 1840-1848, English, satin. "These dainty cream slippers were made for Queen Victoria during the 1840s by boot and shoemakers Gundry and Son...Victoria had nine-inch feet, approximately a size 3–3.5 in today’s sizes...They have small leather soles and no heel as was common for the time... As it was considered inappropriate to show one’s feet women squeezed into small shoes to appear more delicate..."

Pair of Queen Victoria's white satin slippers, England, These would be darling with my white capri pants and white and gold dotted blouse

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Red silk velvet mule with pink silk binding alond top. leather lining and insole stamped with arms of Conti family.

Gorgeous silk brocade lady’s shoes with gilt lace circa 1760.

Pair of women's buckle shoes European (Possibly Italian), w/ silk & gilt metal thread, gilt metal lace, silk binding tape, leather lining and inner sole

Green and peach brocade shoes. European, 1780s,   Collection of the Kent State University Museum KSUM 1996.58.143ab

Shoes in the Fashion Timeline exhibit

Women's Slippers, ca.1810 2001.0.113.107 The Henry Ford

Women's Slippers, about 1810 (Item # In The Henry Ford Costume Collection

Pair of woman's shoes, c. 1770. Red silk embroidered with floral motifs in white silk, pink silk ribbon, low curved heel, ponted toe.

Designation: Shoes Technique and material: Hand-made of hand woven fabrics in silk and linen, hand embroidered with silk yarn, glued and plugged hælflikk sole of leather. Manufacturer: Unknown Produced in: Unknown Dating: Approx. In 1770

1700's Painted Shoe

Kid leather with a painted design, and silk satin covered heel. The latchets would have been fastened with a buckle.

Jacket    National Trust Inventory Number 1348745  Category	Costume  Date	1720 - 1780  Materials	Damask, Linen, Net, Silk  Measurements	  Place of origin	  Collection	Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Jacket National Trust Inventory Number 1348745 Category Costume Date 1720 - 1780 Materials Damask, Linen, Net, Silk Measurements Place of origin Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Woman's Shoes, about 1746, Hand-stitched and embroidered silk and metallic threads on silk and linen, leather, and wood

Woman's Shoes, about Hand-stitched and embroidered silk and metallic threads on silk and linen, leather, and wood

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