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Metropolitan Museum: zapatos europeos de piel de 1795-1810 (Inventario: 2009.300.1467a, b)

Slippers Date: Culture: European Medium: leather Dimensions: 2 x 10 in. x cm) 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

Slippers, Ealand,1800–1810, British, Leather. In the Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Label inside shoe reads "Ealand's/Ladies Cheap Shoe Warehouse, 99 Jermyn Street opposite St. James Church" - good to know there was a version of Payless during the Regency! :-)

White leather slippers, by Ealand, British, Label: "Ealand's/Ladies Cheap Shoe Warehouse, 99 Jermyn Street opposite St.

Slippers, 1800–1810, possibly American, Leather, cotton In the  Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Slippers Date: Culture: possibly American Medium: Leather, cotton 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

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.

Shoes: ca. 1800, English, stencilled leather. "This style of heeled shoe, made of pastel coloured kid leather with painted or stencilled patterns, with an exaggerated pointed toe, was popular in the latter years of the 18th century. It was much simpler than previous women's styles which had tended to be made of leather, have a pronounced heel. They had often been made of fabric. In 1801 the Lady's Magazine which illustrated just such spotted kid shoes."

Pair of shoes

This style of heeled shoe, made of pastel coloured kid leather with painted or stencilled patterns, with an exaggerated pointed toe, was popular in the latter years of the century. Check it out, polka-dot slippers!

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.

Juan Serra evening slippers, 1885–95. Courtesy of the Met.

Evening slippers Juan Serra Date: Culture: Spanish Medium: Leather, metallic, silk, cotton Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Coll.

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

Pair of Woman’s Slippers, England or United States, circa 1810, LACMA Collections Online

Pair of Woman's Slippers England or United States, circa 1810 Costumes; Accessories Kid leather, leather, linen, silk satin 8 x 2 x .

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