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Shoes by Pietro Yantorny, 1913-18 France, the Met Museum

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Pumps 1913 made by Pietro Yantorny (Italian), French, made of silk and wood, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Shoes by Hellstern & Sons, 1870s, the Met Museum. These must have been part of a fancy dress ensemble. The turned-up toes were an odd fashion statement of the day, but look at the trim! The embroidery and fringe go all the way around. More images at link.

Shoes ~ ~ Designer: Hellstern and Sons (French) ~ silk ~ Marking: Hellstern & Sons, Brevetes, Paris ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

1870s light blue silk lace up booties, American or European.

Blue thou art, intensely blue; Flower, whence came thy dazzling hue Dress AA 1869 Boots Met 1870 Bonnet LACMA 1845 Aqua satin shoes with silver braid, c. 1770 The Charleston Museum Dress Met 1873

Yantorny Shoes - circa 1915 - by Pietro Yantorny (Italian, 1874-1936) - Made for Rita de Acosta Lydig - @~ Mlle

~Yantorny Shoes - c. 1915 - by Pietro Yantorny (Italian, - Made for Rita de Acosta Lydig~

Evening Shoes 1927 The Metropolitan Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

Evening Shoes 1927 The Metropolitan Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

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Pair of women's mules. European, 1730's - 1740's

Brocaded silk mules with pleated green silk ribbon and gilt silver and white silk trim, and brown leather heels, European,

The late 18th century also saw the advent of practical woman’s winter footwear. These boots date between 1795 and 1810.

Boots, Europe, the Met Museum Boots like these existed, but extant examples of them are few and far between.

Elizabethan Shoes

Pair of shoes Place of origin: Britain, UK (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk brocade and leather, silk ribbon Credit Line: Given by Messrs Harrod's Ltd. Museum number: Gallery location: In Storage

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