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Nyonya beaded shoes and embroidered slippers are status symbols for the Peranakan people.

Nyonya beaded shoes and embroidered slippers are status symbols for the Peranakan people.

Nyonya beaded shoes, 1950s

Nonya slippers like my Grandma use to wear, girls and young women wear taught embroidery and beading and spent their leisure sewing.

Nyonya beaded shoes

Nyonya beaded shoes and embroidered slippers are status symbols for the Peranakan people.

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Glass Beaded Groom’s Slippers (Kasut Manek) Straits Chinese Community, Singapore, Malacca or Penang circa 1890

nyonya slippers from malacca

Nyonya beaded shoes and embroidered slippers are status symbols for the Peranakan people.

Nyonya beaded shoes

Nyonya beaded shoes and embroidered slippers are status symbols for the Peranakan people.

A Singaporean craftsman pursues the dying art of kasut manek and explains why it takes so long to produce a pair of traditional beaded slippers

Robert Sng looks completely at peace inside his two-story shophouse in the middle of Singapore's busy Kampong Glam district.

Perankan Beaded Slippers -- Shoes from Helen Chia's workshop -- hand stitched bead by bead!

Perankan Beaded Slippers -- Shoes from Helen Chia's workshop -- hand stitched bead by bead!

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On the Trail of the Phoenix – An Insight to the Guided Tours @ The Intan

Nyonya beaded shoes

Nyonya beaded shoes and embroidered slippers are status symbols for the Peranakan people.

UMI  TSURU: Blue Rose Beaded Peranakan Shoes

This is the beaded pair that I made for my mother. She has trouble looking for shoes that fit her.

Perankan Museum Beaded Shoes 2

Singapore: Biennale 2013 at the Peranakan Museum

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