1830's silk slippers

Early nineteenth century lady’s silk slippers had simple lines and plain ornamentation. Variations in decoration ranged from a tiny silk bow to a larger more elaborate bow or rosette. At times the slippers featured silk ribbon ankle ties sewn into the sides. Most were straight last shoes, that is, shoes that are not fitted for right and left feet. Read full story.

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