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"England  Woman’s Clog, circa 1750"

Accessories Brocaded silk, leather, kid leather Length: 9 in. cm) Gift of Miss Nellie Flaskell Costume and Textiles

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Pattens Date: 1830–50 Culture: British Medium: leather, wood, metal Dimensions: 2 1/2 x 6 in. (6.4 x 15.2 cm)

Child's overshoes (pattens), British, These pattens, in a scarcely found child's size, are typical of the type worn in the and Pattens fell out of use in the when vulcanized rubber galoshes became widely available.

Clogs or overshoes. C.1700-30. Hereford Learning and Resource Centre- Costume Collection.

Clogs or overshoes. Hereford Learning and Resource Centre- Costume Collection.

This style of heeled shoe, made of pastel coloured kid leather with painted or stencilled patterns, with an exaggerated pointed toe, was popular in the latter years of the 18th century. It was much simpler than previous women’s styles which had tended to be made of leather and have a pronounced heel. In 1801, the Lady’s Magazine featured illustrations of similar spotted kid shoes. The Victoria and Albert Museum collection

This style of heeled shoe, made of pastel coloured kid leather with painted or stencilled patterns, with an exaggerated pointed toe, was popular in the latter years of the century. Check it out, polka-dot slippers!

Pattens | probably British | The Met  Date:early 18th century Culture:probably British Medium:Leather Credit Line:Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Herman Delman, 1955 Accession Number:2009.300.4814

Pattens Early century The Metropolitan Museum of Art Leather pattens, or overshoes, such as these, were worn over shoes to keep them warm and dry when walking through slush and mud puddles.

Wedding Slippers 1786, British, Made of leather, Marking: [label] "Soames, Ladies Shoe Maker, London" [marked] (in ink, both shoes) "NS 5"

Wedding slippers Date: 1786 Culture: British Medium: leather Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Joan Sutphen, 1946 Accession Number: b

Left foot adult ankle boot with front fastening strap and buckle and pointed toe. The buckle is lead alloy with an iron pin. The upper is largely one piece with a side seam and a small triangular insert (now missing). The heel stiffener is still in situ. The rand - the strip of leather between the upper and sole - is missing. Late 14th century  | Museum of London

Left foot adult ankle boot with front fastening strap and buckle and pointed…

Bottes, 1795-1810 l'Europe, le Met Museum Bottes comme celles-ci existent, mais des exemples existants d'entre eux sont peu nombreuses et espacées.

Boots, Europe, the Met Museum Boots like these existed, but extant examples of them are few and far between.

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