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Shoes 1720, European, Made of wool

Date: Culture: European Medium: Wool Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Herman Delman, 1954 Accession Number: b

Shoes, 1710–49, British, Silk, metallic (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: Culture: British Medium: Silk, metallic Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mrs. Clarence R. Hyde, 1928 Accession Number: b

Shoes Date:     1730–59 Culture:     European Medium:     silk Dimensions:     4 x 8 in. (10.2 x 20.3 cm) Credit Line:     Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Herman Delman, 1954

Date: Culture: European Medium: silk Dimensions: 4 x 8 in. x cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Herman Delman, 1954 Accession Number: b

Pair of women's shoes | European | 1750s-1760s | silk, metallic thread, metallic galloon, leather | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 44.504a-b

Europe - Pair of women's shoes - Silk satin figured, embroidered with metallic thread, metallic galloon, leather and silk lining, and leather sole ♡

Pair of ladies slippers, Europe, 1770-1789. Red leather, white leather covered high louis heels.

Slippers Date: Culture: European Medium: Leather Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Herman Delman, 1954 Accession Number: b

Heeled Pompadour shoes .http://americanduchess.blogspot.com/2013/09/8-reasons-to-love-new-american-duchess.html

Shoes Date: Culture: European Medium: Silk

I have been waiting to post these #silk "plaid" shoes for some time - there is something about them I find terribly appealing. I could see wearing them today with cuffed jeans & soft sweater. What do you think, kind readers? Yea or nay? They are either American or European, date to c. 1780. From the Metropolitan Museum, Acc.# C.I.39.13.58a, b @Metropolitan Museum of Art

Slippers Date: 1780 Culture: American or European Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mr. Lee Simonson, 1939 Accession Number: b NYMET

Shoes  Date: 1760–79 Culture: European Medium: silk

Shoes Date: Culture: European Medium: silk

Pair of women's mules  European, 1730s

Europe - Mules - Brocaded silk with silk embroidery, leather, and metallic trim

Shoes | European | 1770-1789 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #:  2009.300.4749a, b

What Kind of Heel Is That? A Quick Guide to Historical Shoe Heels ~ American Duchess

Date: 1740–59 Culture: British Medium: Silk, leatherShoes | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Shoes Date: Culture: British Medium: Silk, leather Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Herman Delman, 1954 Accession Number: b

Shoes, silk brocaded with metallic thread with satin heel cover and leather soles, 1760-75, probably French.

Shoes, silk brocaded with metallic thread with satin heel cover and leather soles, probably French.

Shoes of the 1760s. The Met.

SilkDamask : A Single Shoe by Georgian Cordwainer James Davis, c.

Green and peach brocade shoes. European, 1780s,   Collection of the Kent State University Museum KSUM 1996.58.143ab

Shoes in the Fashion Timeline exhibit

Shoes in the Fashion Timeline exhibit! Green and peach brocade shoes, European, 1780

Shoes    Date:18th century  Culture : French (probably)  Medium: silk

Woman's shoe, early c. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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