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Pair of women's shoes with matching clogs Possibly English, early 1730s England (possibly) Dimensions 14.5 x 9 x 22.5 cm (5 11/16 x 3 9/16 x 8 7/8 in.) Medium or Technique Silk lampas, silk plian weave trim, linen, silk satin and leather lining, and leather sole

Pair of woman's shoes, England, c. 1750. Cream silk brocade with polychrome floral embroidery, pink silk tape; fabric-covered Louis heels and with pointed toes.

Slippers Date:1770s Culture: American or European Medium: leather Interesting to see the buckle placed to the side and not front and center as it is on most shoes in the 18thC

LADY'S EMBROIDERED SILK SHOES, 1750-1760. Dull gold satin, originally golden yellow (seen under tongue), blunt round toes, low squat heels, crossover latchets for shoe buckle fastening, vamps embroidered in multicolor silk floss, heels & shoe back embroidered w/ metallic silver flowers, white kid latchet & back heel lining, vamps lined in homespun linen, (very soiled, minor wear to toe boxes, above back heel one .25"x1" hole on each shoe) fair. BM

Women's shoes, English, c 1780. Cream silk brocade with brown pattern and silver fringing. Painted toes and tongue. Italian or peg top heels. Lined with white linen. Size: Length: 25 cm. The Bowes Museum

Pair of woman's shoes, England, 1720-1730, later alterations 1740-1760. Green/grey silk damask; high Louis heels and with pointed toes.

Women's Shoes, Ivory ribbed silk with supplementary wefts, ivory silk plain weave ribbon, ivory linen plain weave, brown leather. Made in England or France, 1770-1790