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Pair of women's shoes, Britain, 1720-30, silk brocade and leather, silk ribbon.

Pair of shoes Place of origin: Britain, UK (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk brocade and leather, silk ribbon Credit Line: Given by Messrs Harrod's Ltd. Museum number: Gallery location: In Storage

1930s Shoes, Hellstern & Sons France; Paris - silk, leather, diamante | Fashion Museum, Bath

Woven silk shoe, with gold leather trim and diamante clip Hellstern and Sons, Paris, worn by Lady Ward

Pair of lady's shoes, ca. 1720-1730. White kid embroidered in imitation of brocade with large carnations and other blooms, edged in pale blue silk ribbon, straights, with narrow white rand, sharply pointed overhang toe-tip, low curved, heel, lined in linen.

/ white kid embroidered in imitation of brocade with large carnations and other blooms / edged in pale blue silk ribbon / narrow white rand / sharply pointed overhang toe-tip / low curved heel / lined in linen /

* Pair of brocaded silk shoes, 1721, of dark green and ivory silk brocade woven with pink and blue carnations, edged in green braid, with white leather rand, pink damask heels, sharply pointed toes, lined in soft tan leather, the tongues backed in Chinese-yellow silk

A fine pair of brocaded silk shoes, of dark green

Pair of shoes, London, England (made)  1760-70, Silk woven with metal thread

Pair of shoes

England - Pair of shoes - Silk woven with metal thread

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

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

c. 1880-90s  Lady's Brocade Louis Heel Shoes with Buckles, in the Style of 18th Century Shoes. Shoe Icons | JV

c. 1880-90s Lady's Brocade Louis Heel Shoes with Buckles, in the Style of 18th Century Shoes. Shoe Icons | JV

Green and peach brocade shoes. European, 1780s,   Collection of the Kent State University Museum KSUM 1996.58.143ab

Shoes in the Fashion Timeline exhibit

Shoes in the Fashion Timeline exhibit! Green and peach brocade shoes, European, 1780

Shoes | European | 1770-1789 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #:  2009.300.4749a, b

What Kind of Heel Is That? A Quick Guide to Historical Shoe Heels ~ American Duchess

Shoe, ca 1780, Museum Weißenfels, somewhat like AD pompador. Maybe get a pair in black to wear with the anglaise?

circa 1780 shoe via Museum Weißenfels

Shoes, silk brocaded with metallic thread with satin heel cover and leather soles, 1760-75, probably French.

Shoes, silk brocaded with metallic thread with satin heel cover and leather soles, probably French.

Date: 1740–59 Culture: British Medium: Silk, leatherShoes | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Shoes Date: Culture: British Medium: Silk, 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

Lady's brocaded silk shoes with a flowery design. Great Britain. c. 1735

1735 Shoe-Icons / Shoes / Lady's brocaded silk shoes with a flowery design.

1750s, France or Italy or Germany - Pair of shoes - Couched straw splints, embroidered with silk and metal thread, silk satin covered heel, and matching silk lining

Pair of shoes

Pair of shoes France, Germany or Italy Materials and Techniques: Couched straw splints, embroidered with silk and metal thread, silk satin covered heel, and matching silk lining Museum number:

March 23 2017 at 05:33PM from historicaldress

March 23 2017 at 05:33PM from historicaldress

1700-1729 Angleterre

Irish Stitch covered shoes, c. Metropolitan Museum of Art, accession number

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