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Antique Ladies Shoe (Ballerine), 1800-1825, beautiful embroidery!

Antique Ladies Shoe (Ballerine), 1800-1825, beautiful embroidery!

1810s-20s

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

Women's shoes, France. 1700 - 1750, Brown leather , relief embroidery with colorful silk and gold thread . High, strongly curved heel and toe cap-like beak .  (LM- 7464 ) Schweizerisches National Museum #Schweizerisches

Women's Shoes, France circa 1700 Via Schweizerisches National Museum.

Shoes, silk, embroidered with white flowers, 18th c. (Buckles would have been worn centered.)

FCBTC / Mid century shoes embroidered with white flowers. Diamond buckles need to be centered for correct wear. (c) Wilanow Palace Museum

"Shoe, c. 1660's" Whaaa so cool! Want to use it steampunk! How fun and what a lovely shoe.

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Collection | Manchester Art Gallery

Collection | Manchester Art Gallery

Yellow silk shoes c.1700-1750, Pickford House Georgian Museum, Derby, England

Pickford House Georgian Museum in Derby, England is filled with tangible charm. They even let you use the Edwardian bathroom at Pickford House Georgian Museum in Derby, the British Midlands.

Woman's Shoes, about 1746, Hand-stitched and embroidered silk and metallic threads on silk and linen, leather, and wood

Woman's Shoes, about Hand-stitched and embroidered silk and metallic threads on silk and linen, leather, and wood

Detail, pair of ladies shoes, Bavaria/ Germany, c. 1780. Green silk satin with cutwork revealing pink failled 'butterflies' edged in printed pink ruffled silk ribbon, white leather heels, lined in white kid. One heel with later handwritten German annotations, 'ball schuhe meiner Großmutter mütterlicher sets der Frei-Frau von Seckendorff geb. Gräfin Zedtwitz Feilitzsch Ritten?' ('ball shoes of my maternal grandmother the baroness of Seckendorff born countess Zedtwitz Feilitzsch Ritten?').

Detail, pair of ladies shoes, Bavaria/ Germany. Green silk satin with cutwork revealing pink failled 'butterflies' edged in printed pink ruffled silk ribbon, worn by the Baroness of Seckendorff.

Shoes: ca. 1800, English, stencilled leather. "This style of heeled shoe, made of pastel coloured kid leather with painted or stencilled patterns, with an exaggerated pointed toe, was popular in the latter years of the 18th century. It was much simpler than previous women's styles which had tended to be made of leather, have a pronounced heel. They had often been made of fabric. In 1801 the Lady's Magazine which illustrated just such spotted kid shoes."

Pair of shoes

This style of heeled shoe, made of pastel coloured kid leather with painted or stencilled patterns, with an exaggerated pointed toe, was popular in the latter years of the century. Check it out, polka-dot slippers!

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