18th century brocade front fabric shoes with covered timber heels & matching fabric covered pattens. Silver buckles made by G. Gedney Godwin.
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Mules were a popular form of at-home footwear in the 17th and 18th centuries for both men and women. This fairly conservative example of ladies' mules features a low heel and good quality embroidery in tastefully subdued tones. This style of embroidery is known as Florentine work, a type of flame stitch canvas work with varied stitch lengths.
Striped ticking linen shoes with red leather heels, German, c. 1775-80. From the book The Seductive Shoe, Four Centuries of Fashion Footwear by Jonathan Walford, published by Thames & Hudson in 2007.
Sex on a plate! Lined and bound Morocco calf with timber heels and buckles. 1750-70. - One day! Shoes from S.B. Junipe'r: http://www.sarahjuniper.co.uk/index.html
Scarlet satin high white leather Louis heel shoes. Great Britain. c. 1775-1785
1750s pink satin and silver embroidery mule, Snowshill Collection, Berrington Hall
Yellow satin latchet shoes, 1740-1750, American Colonies, decorated with colorful embroidery on the vamp and solver thread embroidery on the heel. Mustard silk. Toe is flat, covered with embroidery. Lining is made of leather and flax, french heel is covered with silk. Shoe icons: http://eng.shoe-icons.com/collection/object.htm?id=1749
Martha Washington’s wedding shoes 1759 - deep purple silk studded with silver sequins