Pair of children's mules, French, 18th century, Silk brocade with silk ribbon, and leather heel, sole and inner lining.

Pair of children's mules French, century France Dimensions x x cm x 1 x 4 in.) Medium or Technique Silk brocade with silk ribbon, and leather heel, sole and inner lining

Regency shoes

Pair of women's shoes, late century. Dark red silk brocaded with floral motifs, green silk ribbon trim, low heel, pointed toe.

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

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

Child's shoes in red leather with a kid and silk lining and gold thread edging and laces embroidered with the Royal personal crest of King Frederick William II of Prussia, 1750-1755, Germany. The shoes are fitted with period silver-leaf spurs. The provenance is impeccable as they are part of a Property of items formerly in the possession of Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, given to her daughter Princess Sophia, then upon her death to a Lady in waiting.

Shoes / Child's shoes in red leather with a kid and silk lining and gold thread edging and laces embroidered with the Royal personal crest of King Frederick William II of Prussia / Germany c 1750 - 1755

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.

Boots, 1795–1810, European, leather. 8 x 9 1/2 in. (20.3 x 24.1 cm); Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Herman Delman, 1954; 2009.300.1486a, b.

Boots, Europe, the Met Museum Boots like these existed, but extant examples of them are few and far between.

This scarce pair of 18th century child’s shoes incorporates the pointed toe and tongue found in fashionable women's styles, combined with the flat heel suitable for a child. It is not clear from the cut whether these shoes would have been worn by a boy or a girl, but the bright color is more suggestive of feminine dress.

Pair of child's shoes, late century, European, leather. This scarce pair of century child’s shoes incorporates the pointed toe and tongue found in fashionable women's styles, combined with the flat heel suitable for a child.

Shoes, 1700’s-30’s Europe, MFA Boston

Pair of women's buckle shoes, European, c. 1700 Silk satin brocade with applied metallic and silk bobbin lace, silk ribbon, and leather.

Pair of women's mules  European, 1720s–1740s

Europe - Mules - Silk velvet with silk and metallic bobbin lace and braid, leather lining, heel and sole

Slippers  Date: 1770–89 Culture: European Medium: Leather Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Herman Delman, 1954 Accession Number: 2009.300.4750a, b

Slippers Date: Culture: European Medium: 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

Gorgeous silk brocade lady’s shoes with gilt lace circa 1760.

Pair of women's buckle shoes European (Possibly Italian), w/ silk & gilt metal thread, gilt metal lace, silk binding tape, leather lining and inner sole

ZAPATOS DE NIÑO 1610-1620

Children's or sample shoes, punched alum-tanned leather with brown leather over vamp, stitched with pink silk with silk cords and tassels, heel and platform of unspecified material covered with alum-tanned leather with leather sole, Italian.

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