Shoes, ca 1800’s-20’s, Oakland Museum of California


Pair of women's boots | V&A 1815-1820: Leather, canvas and silk

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Morning Walking Dress, Jan. 1815 Oooh the pelisse is lined in pink!

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Pair of Lady's Leather Shoes, American, 1790s

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Women's Ankle Boots Silk and leather.Though often portrayed as unskilled and illiterate, convict women brought over 200 trades with them, and had literacy levels very similar to those of English and Irish immigrant women. Occupations included working as dairymaids, weavers, lace-makers, seamstresses, teachers and fishing-net makers. In the area of shoes alone, the trades included bootmaker, bootbinder, boot closer and boot corder.

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cotton, leather, and silk shoes. Circa 1805-1810 (MFA, Boston)

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American Boots, ca 1810-1820 Metropolitan Museum of New York, Accession Number: 11.60.202a, b

Boots | American

women’s shoes ca. 1810-1830 via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Ankle Boot, 1815, Britain, Nankeen. Museum of London ID: 45.35b

Ankle Boot | Museum of London

1815 - 1825 Håndsydd av håndvevde stoffer, dels bindingsmønstret silkestoff, dels linstoff og silkebånd i toskaftbinding. Flettet silkebånd. Skinn og lær. Liming.


Black and white kid half boot dated 1810-1820. Unfortunately no link to original source nor information about provinence or current location.

Regency Ramble: Shoes

Pair of shoes | V&A Search the Collections1790s (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Leather

Pair of shoes | V&A Search the Collections

Shoes 1818 The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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American Duchess: The Famous Regency "Manchester" Boots!

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Pair of boots Place of origin: Great Britain, Uk (made) Date: 1815-1820 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Cotton, leather and lacing Museum number: T.190&A-1927 Gallery location: In Storage

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About 1810

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1810-1815 ivory kid leather, silk tie slippers, USA.

Shoe-Icons / Shoes / Ivory kid leather silk tie slippers.

Exposition Incomparable Joséphine au musée du Luxembourg. "Josephine", Musée du Luxembourg, Paris.

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Empress Josephine's ribbon-laced fur bottines by LeRoy, Musée de Luxembourg Chateau.

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Women's shoes, 1800-1810, German.

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Norfolk museum collection - women's boots - said to have been made in Norqich between 1810 and 1830

Object: Boot

American Duchess : "Highbury" Regency Slippers (White Sateen, Dyeable)

Highbury Regency Slippers

Woman's shoes and spats. Shoes: 1800-10, United States. Spats: 1800-30, European.

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Pair of cotton shoes, 1790s

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H4448-106 Front laced boots, pair, womens, leather / linen, maker unknown, England, c. 1810 - Powerhouse Museum Collection

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