Pair of richly-embroidered shoes, 18th Century, German. deerskin leather; silk thread embroidery
pair of ladies' shoes, Louis XV period, around 1720. Spinach green silk damask, flower embroidery and silk spun yarns in bright colors at the point and no knot on the upper and heel. High heel curved, quarter crossed on the kick.
Art Deco Starburst Shoes - 1922-25 - by Th. J. de Bont (Dutch) - Bata Shoe Museum - @~ Mlle
Evening Shoes, Hellstern & Sons, Patented, Paris, ca 1920-1928, French, glossy kid leather inlaid with contrasting colors, six thin crossed straps on instep, leather sole, heels covered in kid leather.
Designer: André Perugia 1893 - 1977 Brand: Perugia French, founded 1909 Medium: Beige leather with polychrome floral appliqué Date: 1925
Salome Shoes - 1923 - by Hellstern & Sons
Art Deco shoe, English, c. 1925--The stark contrast between light and dark was exploited by many Art Deco designers, artists, and architects in the 1920s. This pair of shoes exemplifies this aesthetic. (2011 Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto, Canada)
Woman's shoe, c. 1680, Musée international de la Chaussure.
Satin shoes, c. 1730-1750, Pickford House Georgian Museum, Derby, England