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Prize work mule, ca 1826-76, Powerhouse Museum I doubt that these were made any earlier than the 1860’s. They look like they’re probably from the 1870’s, most likely close to 1876.

Prize work mule, circa via Powerhouse Museum. << Yes, I'd like a couple dozen foot surgeries, please.

Brocade Shoes - 1935-1938 - Violet and gold brocade with cut-outs on vamp - Made in USA - Shoe Icons

Brocade Shoes - - Violet and gold brocade with cut-outs on vamp - Made in USA - Shoe Icons - Mlle

Pair of women's shoes with high heel, anonymous, ca 1690-ca 1710, Netherlands, silk, velvet, leather, silver wire. Rijksmuseum

"Pair of women’s high-heeled shoes, anoniem, c. 1690 - c. 1710 - Fashion-Collected Works of Carol Taylor - All Rijksstudio's - Rijksstudio - Rijksmuseum"

Shoes by Hellstern & Sons, 1870s, the Met Museum. These must have been part of a fancy dress ensemble. The turned-up toes were an odd fashion statement of the day, but look at the trim! The embroidery and fringe go all the way around. More images at link.

Shoes ~ ~ Designer: Hellstern and Sons (French) ~ silk ~ Marking: Hellstern & Sons, Brevetes, Paris ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fetish mule, 19th century (via Musee International de la Chaussure) #shoes #Victorian

Fetish mule, century, Musee International de la Chaussure These look absolutely cartoony. (Would never wear them though.

Green and cream silk damask; wooden heel type "Louis", about 1740-1750. (c) Wilanow Palace

Green and cream silk damask; wooden heel type "Louis", about Wilanow Palace

Brocade Louis Heel Pump | c. 1880

Shoe-Icons / Shoes / Lady's Brocade Louis Heel Shoes with Buckles, Made in the Style of Century Shoes.

c. 1935 ANDREW GELLER, New York Bordeaux Serge Fabric Shoes Trimmed in Alligator

I'm not usually a fan of alligator, but these are very well designed- c. 1935 ANDREW GELLER, New York Bordeaux Serge Fabric Shoes Trimmed in Alligator

Pair of women's mules  European, 1730s–1740s

Brocaded silk mules with pleated green silk ribbon and gilt silver and white silk trim, and brown leather heels, European,

Shoes Manufacturer: Bob, Inc., N.Y. (American) Date: 1926–35 Culture: American Medium: leather Dimensions: Length: 9 in. (22.9 cm) Height (of heel): 2 7/8 in. (7.3 cm)

Shoes Bob, Inc. (American) Date: Culture: American Medium: leather Dimensions: Length: 9 in. cm) Height (of heel): 2 in.

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

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