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Shoes, American, 1850-1875, with moose hair embroidery on wool.

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* Pair of shoes moosehair embroidery on wool, leather North America Pair of red wool pumps with red leather covered Louis heel. The wool with Native American (Huron-Wendat) moosehair embroidery depicting colourful flowers.

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Child’s Shoes ~ ~ Linen, silk, metallic thread, leather ~ embroidery ~ probably French ~ LACMA

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

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: 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!

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 by Richard Phillips & Sons, 1870-80, Manchester City Galleries

Shoes, Richard Phillips & Sons, Manchester: velvet with silk ribbon over linen and kid, trimmed with metal beads.

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