16th century tudor shoe. Renaissance fashion period. PLATE IX. FROM its appearance this shoe must be a very old one, but the date and name of its wearer cannot be discovered.… Read More
16th century tudor shoe style. Renaissance fashion period. PLATE VIII. NOTHING can be ascertained about Mrs Brown, the owner of this magnificent shoe, except her name. It is made of… Read More
17th century shoe of Lady Mary Mordaunt. Baroque period. PLATE VII. THIS shoe also belonged to Lady Mary Mordaunt. The material is the same as that of the black one, but… Read More
17th century shoe of the Duchess of Norfolk. Baroque period. PLATE VI. LADY MARY MORDAUNT (Mary Howard, Duchess of Norfolk and 7th Baroness Mordaunt, British peeress c.1659–17 November 1705) was… Read More
Shoe of Lilias, daughter of the 12th Earl of Eglinton.
18th century rococo shoe fashion. PLATE IV. THIS shoe belonged to Anna Frances (1717-1800), wife of Walter Woodcock (1710-1794), and daughter of William Lea (1677-1741), of Halesowen Grange, Shropshire, by… Read More
Rococo shoe of Countess of Portsmouth PLATE III. GRACE, only daughter of Fletcher Norton (23 June 1716 – 1 January 1789), Speaker of the House of Commons, and afterwards created… Read More
Shoe of the reign of Charles II. Made of pale silk, most beautifully embroidered, the shoe may be considered as a chef-d’oeuvre in shoe manufacture of the times. 17th century. Baroque style
Shoe said to have belonged to Mary Stuart Queen of Scots. Shoe being made of plain black satin, relieved by a diamond buckle to fasten. England Tudor fashion era 16th century.
L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous la Revolution 1792 – 1799. Chaussures en sabot, Cothurne à lacets, Sac réticule chiffré, Costume de petit garçon, Patin à glace.