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Pair of lady's mules, 1770-1780. Cream silk satin embroidered with dots in silver metallic thread, leather.

Pair of lady's mules, Cream silk satin embroidered with dots in silver metallic thread, leather.

Pietro Yantorny     ca. 1914–19

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

Slippers Date: 1785–90 Culture: French Medium: leather Accession Number: C.I.38.100.8

Lemon yellow and black striped leather slippers with silk ribbon cockades, French,

Salmon pink damask shoes with pointed toes and central braidwork decoration to vamps. | c. 1745-50

Shoe-Icons / Shoes / Salmon pink damask shoes with pointed toes and central braidwork decoration to vamps.

Slippers (Mules), 1710-29. French, leather & silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Mules Date: Culture: French Medium: leather, silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from Various Donors, 1929 Accession Number: b

Pair of Woman's shoes, 1740s - 1750s, Morrocan leather, boarded leather, goatskin

Pair of Woman's Shoes England, Costumes; Accessories Morrocan leather, boarded leather, goatskin 4 x 9 in.

Pair of women's mules, 1720-1730. Floral silk brocade, green silk ribbon trim, high curved heel, pointed toe.

Pair of women's mules, Floral silk brocade, green silk ribbon trim, high curved heel, pointed toe.

Pair of woman's mules, probably France, 1730-1750. Yellow silk damask embroidered in symmetrical scrolling design using silk knots and satin stitches, as well as silver metallic threads worked in satin stitches over vellum ground to raise it above the surface. Open edge of vamp is bound with gold silk tape and trimmed with ruched pink silk ribbon. The high shaped heel is covered with sueded leather. Leather linings.

Pair of woman's mules, probably France, 1730-1750. Yellow silk damask embroidered in symmetrical scrolling design using silk knots and satin stitches, as well as silver metallic threads worked in satin stitches over vellum ground to raise it above the surface. Open edge of vamp is bound with gold silk tape and trimmed with ruched pink silk ribbon. The high shaped heel is covered with sueded leather. Leather linings.

circa 1700 and still funky

A pair of shoes made of tin-glazed earthenware. De Dobbelde Schenckan Factory, The Netherlands. Detroit Institue of Art.

Pair of lady's buckle shoes (wedding shoes), London (Chamberlain & Sons), 1775-1790. Pink silk satin white silk straps and satin covered heel, pointed toe.

Pair of lady's buckle shoes (wedding shoes), London (Chamberlain & Sons), Pink silk satin white silk straps and satin covered heel, pointed toe.

1710 - 1720's Great Britain Shoes made of Leather Sole & Heel, with Brocaded Silk Uppers

1710 - Great Britain Shoes made of Leather Sole & Heel, with Brocaded Silk Uppers

18thc  silk court shoes

century silk court shoes with buckle Fulgence collection, Paris Silk by Anquetil- ." Dated or mixed era worlds. Steampunk worlds work too.

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

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