These shoes, or a pair very similar, were worn during the celebrations that took place in 1660 to celebrate the restoration of Charles II. Lady Mary was the wife of Sir John Stanhope of Elvaston Castle in Derbyshire

Blue velvet latchet tie shoes, circa 1660 Reputedly worn by Lady Mary Stanhope. Photograph: The Shoe Collection, Northampton Museums Art Gallery

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Shoes are made of ivory ribbed silk with large red and white flower brocade at the toe. The heels are thin and 2 inch, covered with white silk. Shoes have a pointed toe. Historic New England

Pietro Yantorny     ca. 1914–19

Pumps 1913 made by Pietro Yantorny (Italian), French, made of silk and wood, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A pair of shoes with buckles, 1740-1750, Leather, suede, wood / turning work. On the vamp needle stitched (interlocking stung satin stitch) floral ornament and also to the back of the heel. On the two sides and the heel, salmon pink and green silk ribbon. Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg

Pair of ladies shoes, Germany, c. Dark brown leather embroidered with floral motifs in polychrome silk thread.

Pierre Yantorny moda siglo XX

Pumps Designer: Pierre Yantorny (Italian, Date: Culture: French Medium: leather, silk Dimensions: Length: 10 in.

18th century silk court shoes with buckle

century silk court shoes with buckle Fulgence collection, Paris Silk by Anquetil- ." Dated or mixed era worlds. Steampunk worlds work too.

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