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1790-1810

Sharply pointed slippers with tiny heels were the prevalent style in the and This pair features the red Morocco leather much favored at the time and a tiny heart-shaped buckle threaded with silk twist to form a jaunty tassel

Shoes, c.1730, cream satin silk embroidered, lined and bound in mustard silk. Narrow silk braid on satin over leather, January 22nd 1748 on sole - an English wedding shoe.  | National Trust

Shoe National Trust Inventory Number Date 1730 Materials Satin, Silk Collection Killerton, Devon (Accredited Museum)

Object Name: shoes    Date: 1735-1745    Accession Number: 1983.511  Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

Object Name: shoes Date: Accession Number: Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

~Slippers, c.1790, British (probably), silk. The Met | House of Beccaria#

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Pair of shoes, 1775, England, Chamberlain & Sons (Maker), Satin, Silk (textile), Paste Buckles. Original owner Prudence Jenkins, wore these at her wedding in 1778. | Historic New England

Shoes Description: Pink satin shoes with straps and heel of white satin; pointed tongue and toe; Label: Walk Right In Maker: Chamberlain & Sons (Maker) Date: Material: satin silk (textile)

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.

Domaine	costume - accessoires du costume ; ethnologie  Dénomination	chaussure de femme (2)  Auteur/exécutant	anonyme  Titre	   Période création/exécution	3e quart 18e siècle  Lieu de conservation	Romans ; musée international de la Chaussure  Numéro d'inventaire	1968.3.33.1 ; 1968.3.33.2  N° 67

Pair of woman's shoes, France, Silk satin brocaded with floral motifs in coloured silks and metallic thread, silk ribbon trimming.

Cream silk evening slippers, European, 1805-1815. Simple but elegant slippers typify the styles around 1810, as this pair in cream silk demonstrates. The extremely short vamp and rounded toe are particularly notable characteristics of this date. The heel was becoming vestigial in the first quarter of the century, and although low by modern standards, the variety seen here was one of the higher types produced at the time.

Evening slippers Date: Culture: European Medium: silk Dimensions: 2 x 9 in. x cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1800-1820 Upper-class ladies might buy several pairs at a time to wear for a few weeks or months. The lightweight soles and silk uppers  were not very durable.

Upper-class ladies might buy several pairs at a time to wear for a few weeks or months. The lightweight soles and silk uppers were not very durable.

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