18th century: Shoes

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Shoes (child's mules, and female adult heeled shoes), 1760, Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg | Objektkatalog

Shoes (child's mules, and female adult heeled shoes), 1760, Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg | Objektkatalog

Shoes, silk bound with silk atlas lined with kid leather and linen and embroidered with silver-gilt thread, boullion and spangles, leather sole, c. 1790-1800.

Shoes, silk bound with silk atlas lined with kid leather and linen and embroidered with silver-gilt thread, boullion and spangles, leather sole, c. 1790-1800.

A mule in green silk damask, c. 1730, possibly French

A mule in green silk damask, c. 1730, possibly French

1760-1770, England - Pair of shoes - Silk woven with metal thread

Pair of shoes

1760-1770, England - Pair of shoes - Silk woven with metal thread

Woman's shoes, 1790

Woman's shoes, 1790

A pair of 18th century English lady's dress shoes, of buff leather trimmed with a chocolate brown silk rosette and edging.

A pair of 18th century English lady's dress shoes, of buff leather trimmed with a chocolate brown silk rosette and edging.

Woman's shoes, England, late 18th century. Purple kid, with pointed toe, rosette of sewing silk and button; low heel.

Woman's shoes, England, late 18th century. Purple kid, with pointed toe, rosette of sewing silk and button; low heel.

English brown and yellow kid shoes, c. 1792 | Venerable Fashions: The Seductive Shoe

English brown and yellow kid shoes, c. 1792 | Venerable Fashions: The Seductive Shoe

Wedding Shoes: 1797, Swedish. Worn at the wedding of Fredrika Dorotea Vilhelminas on October 31, 1797.

Wedding Shoes: 1797, Swedish. Worn at the wedding of Fredrika Dorotea Vilhelminas on October 31, 1797.

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, 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.

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