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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

Shoes, 1810-15 United States (Lexington, Mass), MFA Boston

Leather slippers with slashed and vandyked tongue and vamp, American (possibly Massachusetts), MFA Boston.

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! :-)

Metropolitan Museum of Art item b leather, british Label: "Ealand's/Ladies Cheap Shoe Warehouse, 99 Jermyn Street opposite St.

Pair of Woman's Slippers England or United States, circa 1810 Costumes; Accessories Kid leather, leather, linen, silk satin 8 7/8 x 2 1/4 x ...

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

Evening slippers ca. 1815-1820 British   Silk This pair of evening slippers mostly showed the completely heelless ladies shoes during Empire period. They are made out of delicate and light materials to match the style of dress. They also had pointed toes.

Evening slippers Date: Culture: British Medium: silk Evening slippers at the time were very delicate, and shoes were usually flat with a pointed toe.

1820 shors.

Two Nerdy History Girls: The Long-Lost Slippers of Pauline Bonaparte Borghese, Princess of Sulmona, 1820

Slippers 1805-1810 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Slippers 1805-1810 The Metropolitan Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

Cream silk evening slippers, European, 1805-1815. Simple but elegant slippers typify the styles around 1810, as this pair in cream silk demonstrates. The extremely short vamp and rounded toe are particularly notable characteristics of this date. The heel was becoming vestigial in the first quarter of the century, and although low by modern standards, the variety seen here was one of the higher types produced at the time.

Evening slippers Date: Culture: European Medium: silk Dimensions: 2 x 9 in. x cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Production Date: 1791-1810 ID no: 45.36a Location: In Store Measurements: L 229 mm; H 13 mm (heel) Materials: leather; linen Status: permanent collection Copyright Holder: digital image copyright Museum of London Last Updated: 2011-08-24

Production Date: ID no: Location: In Store Measurements: L 229 mm; H 13 mm (heel) Materials: leather; linen Status: permanent collection Copyright Holder: digital image copyright Museum of London Last Updated:

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