In the century, upper-class Venetian women would have worn elegant chopines like this pair of velvet-covered shoes, which were explicitly designed as luxurious fashion (circa Courtesy the Bata Shoe Museum.
A chopine with a wooden base, covered with leather, and tufts on the vamp. Again, I strongly suggest you visit the MFA website to look at all of the chopines that they have in their collection. Chopine Century Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
PAIR LADY'S WEDDING SHOE BUCKLES, Oval, large hand cut paste stones in silver mounts, in original case (missing top), script note pasted on underside of box "Slipper Buckles worn by Hannah Allin wife of James Hooker on her wedding day x excellent.
Chopines, Italy, the Met Museum “ The chopine was a tall clog worn in primarily in Venice from the to the early centuries. While most examples are between three and five inches tall, some specimens of over a foot tall survive.
Pair of women's platform shoes (chopines) Italian (Venetian), Venice, Italy Dimensions x x 24 cm x 6 x 9 in.) Medium or Technique Tooled leather over wood, with metallic braid and silk tassels Classification Costumes Accession Number