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Slippers (image 1) | British | 1790s | leather, silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1979.346.233a, b

Slippers Date: Culture: British Medium: leather, silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Purchase, The New York Historical Society, by exchange, 1979 Accession Number: b

Regency Foxed Slippers - Inspo ~ American Duchess

Fashion involves many design elements which may vary at disparate speeds. This pair of slippers sports the distinctive decorative program of a light colored cotton upper with a contrasting leather tip outlined in a white chain-stitched bow and swag motif

1785-1795, United Kingdom - Slippers - Leather, linen

Slippers Date: Culture: British Medium: leather, linen Dimensions: Length: 9 in. cm) x Width: 2 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Frank D. Millet, 1913 Accession Number: b

Chaussons en tapisserie. Vers 1813.

Tapestry-weave slippers, Heel-less straights having square toe, very finely woven with a red and green floral design on grey ground, lined in linen and white kid, leather sole.

J. Staton slippers, 1795-1805, British, Leather. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. MOMA's description: "A particularly fine example of the stencil-printed leather, extremely pointed toe, and low heel popular around 1800, these slippers would have served to enliven a plain dress. Yellow and black was a much favored color scheme for stencil-printed shoes. This design has an interesting optical effect of yellow mesh over a black ground."

Slippers J. Staton (British) leather A particularly fine example of the stencil printed leather, extremely pointed toe and low heel popular around Yellow and black was a much favored color scheme for stencil-printed shoes.

Slippers  From The MEt  Date:      1790s  Culture:      British  Medium:      leather

Slippers Date: Culture: British Medium: leather Dimensions: Length: 9 x 2 in. x cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Millet, 1913 Accession Number: b

Pair of mules  Man's or woman's mule (one of a pair)  Silk velvet, silk trim, silk ribbon, leather      French, 1780–1800

Cut voided silk velvet upper in black pile and green twill stripes, green silk…

REGENCY SHOES | ma-31628513-WEB.jpg

The Three Shoes Every (Penniless) Historical Costumer Needs

English, silk satin with sequins and metallic passementerie and leather. 600 Years of Embroidery from the Permanent Collection: Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art,

1790-1800, leather bound with silk ribbon Manchester Galleries

Manchester City Galleries item Scarlet leather bound with scarlet silk ribbon over white linen and kid. Elongated and pointed toes. Scarlet silk ribbon rosette, pleated ribbon trimming around fronts.

Slippers  Date: 1790s Culture: British Medium: silk, leather Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1966 Accession Number: C.I.66.35.2a, b

Slippers Date: Culture: British Medium: silk, leather Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1966 Accession Number: b

Slippers, 1812, American, leather. In The Metropolitan Museum of Art collection. Label inside reads, "Shoes, made and sold by David Pratt, Reading (near Boston, Mass.)"

Slippers - 1812 American leather Label: Shoes/made and sold by/ David Pratt/ Reading, /(Near Boston Mass.

Shoes, ca 1800 England, MFA Boston

) Ladies slippers, English, about Made by John Staton, English, active about White kid bound with reddish orange ribbon and painted with lines of red; there are low red heels.

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