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shoes, English, ca 1765  Clothing textile: red-pink glazed wool; unbleached plain weave linen; leather. Glazed worsted wool, called calimanco or calamanco (spelled in many different ways), was particularly popular in the American colonies from 1740s-1760s. shiny & colorful wool had an advantage over silk, it was more durable & could be cleaned on a regular basis.

Pair of woman's shoes, England, ca. Reddish-pink glazed wool with buckles.

Lesson 5: 1750s Men's Shoes (Timber) - Chopine, Zoccolo, and Other Raised Heel and High Heel Construction

Lesson Men's Shoes (Timber) - Chopine, Zoccolo, and Other Raised Heel and High Heel Construction

Lady's shoe with buckle, 1770-1790, Museum Weißenfels.

Ladys shoes during this time had a buckle flap, pointed toes and a heel (Louis Heel).

Ein Paar Herrenschuhe Gesamtansicht, 1690 leather, metal, buckles Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg

Ein Paar Herrenschuhe Gesamtansicht, 1690 leather, metal, buckles Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg

Shoes, French or English, 1760-1775, green-gray satin weave silk; green-gray silk tape/binding; unbleached plain weave linen; leather; wood. (buckles not original). The tongues are backed with an ombre-striped silk. Writing on the inside of both is mostly illegible; possibly "Perkins," and "c/r" and "m/o". Soles did not see a lot of wear.

Shoes, French or English, green-gray satin weave silk

Shoes  Date: 1760–79 Culture: European Medium: silk

Shoes Date: Culture: European Medium: silk

Women's shoes, c. 1780, possibly English, brocaded silk taffeta lined with linen and bound with ribbon, leather sole and insole. LACMA

It's About Time: Delightful Distractions - A Few Fairly Fine Antique Shoes

Pair of woman's Shoes with Buckles (Wedding), England, c. 1740s. Brocaded silk, leather, linen, kid leather; buckles: conch shell, brass, metal.

whenasinsilks: “Pair of Woman’s Shoes with Buckles, shoes of brocaded silk lined with leather and kid with leather soles, buckles of conch shell, brass and metal, c.

Shoes, Date: 1750–69 Culture: British Medium: wool, linen, silk.   The printed silk heel is extremely unusual, as printed silks were not common and practically never used for footwear.

Shoes, Date: Culture: British Medium: wool, linen, silk. The printed silk heel is extremely unusual, as printed silks were not common and practically never used for footwear.

Slippers: ca. 1720-1739, French, leather, silk.

Slippers, French, leather, silk Gift of Miss Agles Clarke 1938 Metropolitan Museum of Art,

Slippers (image 1) | French | 1660 | leather | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 08.86.6a, b

Met Museum - Shoes Date: Culture: French Medium: leather Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of W. Baer, 1908 Accession Number: b

Pair of ladies slippers, Europe, 1770-1789. Red leather, white leather covered high louis heels.

Slippers Date: Culture: European Medium: Leather Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Herman Delman, 1954 Accession Number: b

Pair of woman's buckle shoes      English, 1720–40       England  Dimensions      13 x 8.5 x 23.5 cm (5 1/8 x 3 3/8 x 9 1/4 in.)  Medium or Technique      Wool embroidered with silk, linen lining, and leather heel and sole  Classification      Costumes   Accession Number      44.351a-b

Pair of woman's buckle shoes English, England Dimensions 13 x x cm x 3 x 9 in.) Medium or Technique Wool embroidered with silk, linen lining, and leather heel and sole Classification Costumes Accession Number

35.Schoenen, in verschillende kleuren, van tsarina Maria Fjodorovna, 1880-1890, op Franse hakken

Tsarina Maria Fyodorovna´s shoes, Hermitage museum, Russia Wish it were possible to find and wear these nownownowww

Shoes, 1770-1780, England, Cream silk white leather Italian heels shoes with cross-over latchets.

Russian Shoe Museum - Cream silk white leather Italian heels shoes with cross-over latchets.

Brogans Date: 1860–65 Culture: American Medium: leather Dimensions: 4 1/2 x 11 in. (11.4 x 27.9 cm)

Brogans Date: Culture: American Medium: leather Dimensions: 4 ½ x 11 in. x cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the.

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