A pair of women's high heel shoes c.1700, Covered with floral blue silk damask . Embroidered in silver thread |  Museum Weissenfels - Schloss Neu- Augustusburg

A pair of women's high heel shoes 1700 - covered with floral blue silk damask, embroidered in silver thread - Museum Weissenfels - Schloss Neu- Augustusburg

Women's shoes, France. 1700-1750, Brown leather, relief embroidery with colorful silk, and gold thread . High, strongly curved heel and toe cap-like beak. Via Schweizerisches National Museum.

Women's Shoes, France circa 1700 Via Schweizerisches National Museum.

Black leather woman shoe, France, c.1720. laced with ribbon on mounting tab . High Heel Louis XV wood covered with smooth black leather. Leather sole strongly profiled, perfect example of the style of that era. © Musée International de la Chaussure à Romans, © Direction des Musées de France, 2002

Black leather woman shoe, France, laced with ribbon on mounting tab…

Woman's black leather everyday shoes with brass buckles, c. 1770.

WOMAN'S EVERYDAY SHOES, c. 1770 Black leather, leather covered Italian heels, brass shoe buckles, shoes from "Lederman Collection" purchased early C & exhibited in Europe & USA

Olive color satin buckle shoes, Great Britain, 1780s. High tongue, sharp toe. Medium height Italian faceted heels. Lining is made of pink satin and flax. Maker: Chamberlain & Sons, London. http://eng.shoe-icons.com/collection/object.htm?id=1748

Olive color satin buckle shoes, Great Britain, Lining is made of pink satin and flax.

Shoes, Louis XVI, satin silk black taffeta strap tone on tone white leather lining, leather-wrapped heel black. Coutau-Bégarie

I think these are perfect Witch shoes! Shoes, Louis XVI, satin silk black taffeta strap tone on tone white leather lining, leather-wrapped heel black.

1775-85 Pair of Woman's Shoes | LACMA Collections

Pair of Woman's Shoes England, London, circa Silk damask, silk trim, lining lining and leather heel

Sample shoe, c.1700, European. Measuring just four inches long and under three inches high, this miniature shoe perfectly replicates a full-scale woman’s pump. Fully finished with a lining of white kid and linen, this shoe was probably never meant to be worn, even by a small child. Instead, this shoe was likely designed by a master shoemaker as a sample for his journeymen to copy or to show clients.  | Cora Ginsburg catalog 2015

Sample shoe, c.1700, European. Measuring just four inches long and under three inches high, this miniature shoe perfectly replicates a full-scale woman’s pump. Fully finished with a lining of white kid and linen, this shoe was probably never meant to be worn, even by a small child. Instead, this shoe was likely designed by a master shoemaker as a sample for his journeymen to copy or to show clients. | Cora Ginsburg catalog 2015

Women's Shoes of Figured Silk Satin 1740-50s

Shoes, England, Cora Ginsburg English shoes of this era were distinct because they had lower, thicker heels than their French counterparts, making them easy to walk in. French shoes were thought of in Britain as overly frivolous and sexual.

1742-44, Emerald green damask shoes. Charles Paget Wade costume collection, stored at Berrington Hall. Hidden Wardrobe, A Cinderella Moment | National Trust.

A Cinderella Moment…

Charles Paget Wade costume collection, stored at Berrington Hall. Hidden Wardrobe, A Cinderella Moment

Red silk velvet mule with pink silk binding alond top. Pointed toe. Brown leather Louis heel. Dark brown leather sole. White leather welt; leather lining and insole stamped with arms of Conti family. #44.565 French, 1775–1800 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Red silk velvet mule with pink silk binding alond top. leather lining and insole stamped with arms of Conti family.

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