Womens 14th 15th century low shoes $200-250.00 OK, so truth be told, I probably wouldn't wear these, but they're gorgeous !
How to Apply Pearls and Beads in Smooth Lines, from German Renaissance.net
Pair of poulaine (aka crakow) shoes, made in France in the 15th century ? want to make some elf shoes this christmas...just a reminder.
THIS fine example of a fourteenth- or fifteenth-century peakecl i shoe, or Crackoive, was the kind of foot-gear worn by wealthy people at a time when costume generally had reachcd an extravagant stage;
Another open work shoe The shoe shown here on the left has openwork designs cut into the leather dates from the early 13th century. Selection of decorated leather shoes: 13th-14th century