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  • D'Nalof Designs

    1820s: Embroidered American deerskin slippers, These historically important American slippers (or moccasins) were found in Maine. According to Nancy Rexford in Women's Shoes in America, 1795-1930, "[deerskin] moccasins were made not only by American Indians for sale to tourists, but also by white Americans and worn by both men and women as boudoir slippers and carriage shoes."

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    1840 american deer shoes

  • Lil Kender

    1820s embroidered American deerskin slippers/moccasin/carriage shoe. The deerskin slippers are hand embroidered with a chain stitch pattern of abstract florals. Native American style with a European influence. These could have been men's or women's.

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