1790-1815 ca. Woman’s Black Wool Shoes. Pointed toe and low wedge heel covered in same fabric, black tape binding, leather straight or symmetrical sole, linen insole and lining. Wool satin with wool twill tape binding, plain weave linen lining, and leather sole.Continue reading →
1790–1800 ca. Slippers, probably American. Leather, linen, and silk. via Metropolitan Museum, NYC, U.S.A.Continue reading →
1790-1810 ca. Slip on Red Leather Shoes, English.
Maker unknown. Turnshoe construction with needlepoint toes and covered wedged louis heels.Continue reading →
Shoes through the Regency Era. Do you love shoes? Know their history? Slippers, boots, pattens? During the 18th century, court shoes were worn by women and men. They were high-heeled and with side pieces that tied or were secured with elaborate buckles.Continue reading →