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Hoses, Brussels, 1760s (made), kid leather with painted design, and silk satin covered heel. This pair of elegant women's shoes, in kid leather, is beautifully decorated with a painted design. The pattern on the toe, with its flower, vertical lines and scalloped edges, resembles Brussels bobbin lace. The latchets would have been fastened with a buckle. In 1767 Lady Mary Coke recorded in her diary that she had bought six pairs of painted shoes from a shop in Brussels.

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Kid leather with a painted design, and silk satin covered heel. The latchets would have been fastened with a buckle.

1920s Austrian White Leather Shoes with a Tongue Decorated with Red Leather Applique.

Shoe-Icons / Shoes / White Leather Shoes with a Tongue Decorated with Red Leather Applique.

Slippers: ca. 1720-1739, French, leather, silk.

Slippers, French, leather, silk Gift of Miss Agles Clarke 1938 Metropolitan Museum of Art,

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.

1775-1795 Shoes are made of ivory ribbed silk with large red and white flower brocade at the toe. The heels are thin and 2 1/4 inch, covered with white silk. Shoes have a pointed toe. Historic New England

Shoes are made of ivory ribbed silk with large red and white flower brocade at the toe. The heels are thin and 2 inch, covered with white silk. Shoes have a pointed toe. Historic New England

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

Pair of ladies buckle shoes, Great Britain, 1710-1749. Faded pink silk with floral metallic thread embroidery; pointed toe.

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

Red-pink glazed wool shoes, c1765, Historic Deerfield (Buckles aren't right; these are meant for men's shoes. Those for ladies's shoes would be much smaller.)

Pair of woman's shoes, England, ca. Reddish-pink glazed wool with buckles.

Обувь 1890-95 г.г. Франция

Shoe-Icons / Shoes / Low Louis heel shoes closing with front lacing through 10 pairs of eyelets, decorated with perforation and figured stitching / France,

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