Evening Shoes Silk satin with grosgrain ruffles c. 1870
Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection for a real princess, Louise of Prussia (1838-1923).
Туфельки из синего бархата с вышивкой металлизированными (золотными) нитями.
Европа, около 1890 года. Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection. FIDM Museum.
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Stockings 1865, French, Made of silk
Stockings Date: 1865 Culture: French Medium: silk
A pair of frame-knitted green silk stockings, English or French, 1750-70.
the ivory clocks edged with diapered bands and pots of blooms, striped upper edge
Stockings Date early 19th century
Men's coral silk stockings, 1725-1750. Frame knitted, both sides woven with cream clocks surmounted by a five balled crown, above flower and foliage meanders flanking the cream foot inserts, the top woven with a wide band flanked by two narrower bands.
Stockings late 19th-early 20th century Victoria & Albert Museum
Stockings 1900 The Victoria & Albert Museum
Bata Shoe Museum
Boots, 1883. Kidskin, silk satin brocade, silk thread, brass buttons.
vintage lady's button shoes
Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia, 1880
Mauve boots: English, early 1860s - "In 1856 when William Henry Perkins accidentally invented mauve, the first synthetic dye, a new age of colour in fashion was born. Soon vibrant and often gaudy synthetic colours were the toast of fashion but many of these hues also came with risk to wearer. Arsenic and picric acid to name a few were just some of the toxic chemicals used in create coloured clothing. This pair of mauve boots shows the brilliance of the new synthetic colour."