Slippers, Evening I. Miller (American, founded 1911)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Evening slippers
Shoes, ca 1928 Europe, the Bowes Museum
Silk-embroidered white cotton knit stockings, c. 1830s. The flat knit stockings embroidered with marguerites and wheatears edged with prints. The body is made of a knit tube, but the sole is cut and sewn in places. In this period, dresses shortened and ankles became visible. Consequently, women favored stockings with embroidery and other decorations around the ankles. KCI archives.
1830s Stockings and Shoes
Leather and silk high-heeled oxfords by I. Miller, American, 1930's. Label: "I. Miller Sons, Inc., New York"
Modern-made shoes, replicas of 1910-15 evening shoe.
Women's Victorian Boots