Brocade pumps, 1810-1820. Clarks Shoe Museum. Pretty!

This second pair, pumps crafted from cleverly tailored brocade is later and dates from Both pairs come from the Clarks Shoe Museum in Street

[Single strap shoe in French grey satin, and two blue shoes, all embroidered.] (1900)

Victorian womens' shoes in blue (1900

Shoes shown, from top: Single strap shoe in French grey satin Blue tone-on-tone embroidered shoe with tongue and narrow heel Blue embroidered shoe with bow and wider heel See the latest Click Americana books in our shop!

Brocaded silk shoes, c.1750-60  Made from richly patterned brocaded silk satin, the sublime shoes are a once-in-a-lifetime find for the serious collector. The leather soles are lined with beige linen. The seams and raw edges are finished with green gros grain ribbon.

Brocaded silk shoes, from from richly patterned brocaded silk satin, the sublime shoes are a once-in-a-lifetime find for the serious collector. The leather soles are lined with beige linen. The seams and raw edges are finished with green gross ribbon.

1800-1810, Europe - Pair of women's slippers - Silk, silk brocade, silk and metal thread embroidery, silk ribbon, and leather and linen lining

Europe - Pair of women's slippers - Silk, silk brocade, silk and metal thread embroidery, silk ribbon, and leather and linen lining

Regency 1815 While I don't love the high waists of regency gowns, don't they make romantic nightgowns?

3 of 4 dresses for a Smythe-Smith Quartet? I can totally see them trying to match for the concert. More info: Dress (left), 1810 Dress (center), 1815 Dress (right), Münchner Stadtmuseum

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