Poulaine, late 14th century, in the collection of the Museum of London
14th century shoe from Holland. Dordrecht colection.
14th cent. shoes
Shoe 1450 -1550 English This amazingly modern looking shoe would have fitted a one-year old in the late 15th or early 16th century. It is a well-made and sturdy shoe, perfect for a toddler still mastering its steps
Medieval leather shoe - 15th century. This leather shoe was found during archaeological excavations in Chequer Street prior to the construction of the Maltings Shopping Centre en 1981.
Shoe As well as telling us about changes in fashion, shoes can yield information about the health of the wearer's feet. This shoe dates from around 1350. It was probably worn by a poor person and the shoe is most-likely second-hand. It has been cut on the front and sides to alleviate the pressure on a foot deformed by both a 'hammer toe' and a bunion. Production Date: Late Medieval; c. 1350
Silk pontifical glove of Pierre de Courpalay, from the first quarter of the 14th century. Produced in France, now at the Paris, musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen-Age.
15th cent Shoe | Museum of London
Poulaine leather shoe, c. 15th century, Deutsches Leder Museum, Offenbach-am-Main
Parts of Leather shoes. Different colors of thread were passed through the holes to ornament the leather.