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Pair of woman's buckle shoes c1720-40 English Accession Number 44.351a-b Medium or Technique Wool embroidered with silk, linen lining, and leather heel and sole.

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

Mules 1740, European, Made of silk and leather

Europe - Pair of women's mules - Silk satin-rib embroidered with silk and metallic thread, silk and metallic trim, silk satin binding tape, leather and silk satin-twill, and leather heel and sole

Pair of women's mules  European, 1720s–1740s

Europe - Mules - Silk velvet with silk and metallic bobbin lace and braid, leather lining, heel and sole

Women's shoes, figured silk lined with linen and bound with silk ribbon with leather heel cover, leather sole, c. 1775-85, English.

Pair of Woman's Shoes England, London, circa Silk damask, silk trim, lining lining and leather heel

Slippers, 1800, Made of kid leather, silk, and linen

England - Slippers - Kid leather, silk, metal thread embroidery, metal spangles, and linen lining

Red-pink glazed wool shoes, c1765, Historic Deerfield (Buckles aren't right; these are meant for men's shoes. Those for ladies's shoes would be much smaller.)

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

1. Shoe making was considered an Art form in the Renaissance time. There was a craft that went into it, that nowadays is done by machine.

A lady's shoe (Cl. It looks so odd.but I suppose it isn't all that much different from a modern wedge style shoe.

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