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1810-1830 cream toile shoes with ribbon rosette. Straight soles. No back seam. Inner linen.

These boots are said to have been worn by the great actress, Sarah Siddons (1755-1831). VA

Sarah Siddons' boots | V&A

Woman's slipper French, 1790s France DIMENSIONS Height x width: 2 3/8 x 2 15/16 in., 23 cm (6 x 7.5 cm, 9 1/16 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Silk...

Woman's slipper French, 1790s | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

These unpublished Neoclassical kid slippers are from the Dyer Library/Saco Museum (ME.) Although there is not an established provenance, a handwritten label on the sole of one of them reveals that they were "brought from Paris at the time of the French Revolution." The script looks late 19th-early 20th c. Photographs courtesy Tara Raiselis, Director, Saco Museum. @dyerlibrarysaco

c1810 beige canvas boots. I was so pleased to find these, I hope not too good to be true! They are everyday boots, not fine boots. They even have Regency mud stains around the base. I don't think the fabric is posh 'nankin', just canvas.

Nankeen Regency Cotton Boots by American Duchess - dyeable cotton, leather soles, c. 1800-1820

Pale blue silk taffeta shoes, English, ca. 1810. Shoes are "straights," with no difference between right or left last.

Dames a la Mode: Incroyables et merveilleuses de 1814 - appears to be an example of woolen socks being worn over shoes, as noted in "Women's Footwear in America" by Nancy Rexford

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

Lady's Repository Museum & Diamond K Folk Art

Lady's Repository Museum & Diamond K Folk Art

Very rare example of two pairs of coordinated female shoes, Louis XVI, green morocco leather, both trimmed with blue ruched strap on the vamp, one with a heel sheathed in white leather, the other with a flat sole. Coutau-Bégarie - Tout sur les ventes aux enchères à Paris

H4448-106 Front laced boots, pair, womens, leather / linen, maker unknown, England, c. 1785-1800 - Powerhouse Museum Collection

Slippers From The MEt Date: 1790s Culture: British Medium: leather

1780-1800 black glazed wool bound with silk ribbon Manchester Galleries

Manchester City Galleries - Search the collection

1790-1800, leather bound with silk ribbon Manchester Galleries

Shoes, 1790-1800. Manchester Art Gallery.

Manchester City Galleries - Search the collection

Blue leather boots, European, 1795-1810. Boots began to become fashionable for women in the last quarter of the 18th century, but their use was limited primarily to riding and driving. The peculiar wrap-around leg on this example is specific to this period and extremely rare. Although not well-fitted enough to provide a particularly secure fastening to the foot, the wrapped leg may have been intended to provide superior protection from dust and moisture than the standard laced closure.

Woman's Shoes about 1815-1820 Original Owner:Originally owned by Lucy Kirby Beckley , American, 1800 - 1876 Shoemaker:Made by Unknown Hand-stitched silk satin, lined with plain-woven linen and cotton, with leather sole and metallic sequins and embroidery with coiled metallic wire