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    SCA shoe 16th century

    Shoes were generally made of stiff pieces of leather, stitched together and tied at the ankle. In the north, such as Britain, these shoes might have fur inside and reach up the leg. Such simple styles held up until the twelfth century.

    Purse, last quarter 16th century

    Twenty-inch Chopines, 16th century Venetian Museo Correr dei Veneziani. Women who wore them could be brought to court for fraud if a man fell in love with them based on their (false) height. #shoes #fashion #strange

    How to make your own historically correct renaissance shoes

    Shoes probably worn by Lady Mary Stanhope about 1660

    The shoemaker, early 19th century

    reconstruction of shoes found in Opole, Poland / 10th, 11th and 12th centuries

    16th century Italian drawers, made with linen, silk and metal thread

    Late 16th century dress reproduction

    16th century Tudor high heel shoe style. EXCERPT: 'This shoe was worn with a large buckle, has an immense heel and pointed toe. It dates about the time of Queen Elizabeth I. Procured in the vicinity of Kenilworth.'



    Excelent analysis of Antwerpen Dress in the late 16th century

    17th Century Costume

    14th century lady's leather shoes with punched decoration by NINYA MIKHAILA - HISTORICAL COSTUMIER

    Renaissance Shoes, Cowmouth or Oxmule, 15th - 16th century

    Medieval Moccasins-The most comfortable shoe you will ever own...I bought a pair this year at the Maryland Ren Faire

    Womens 14th 15th century low shoes $200-250.00 OK, so truth be told, I probably wouldn't wear these, but they're gorgeous !

    Purse, 16th century: donated to British Museum and labeled "Given by Henry VIII to Anne Bullyne"

    Cordovan Shoe with Rosette Openwork late 14th + 15th century