Pair of shoes for a child. Leather soles, cut with shallow heel. Cream white satin with straps which crossed on instep bound with green silk and worked with several shades of pink green, blue and brown silk in floral design (large rosebud on each toe.) Lined with linen.
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Child's shoes c.1810. Made from red leather and lined with beige linen, the shoes sport delightful red ribbon rosettes. The upper edges are bound with tan leather. The soles are of brown leather. Vintage Textiles $875
Children's Shoe, Embroidered in Silk Small Stitch on Linen, with Floral and Geometric Motif Giclee Print by | Art.com
Giclee Print: Children's Shoe, Embroidered in Silk Small Stitch on Linen, with Floral and Geometric Motif : 24x18in
Shoes / Child's shoes in red leather with a kid and silk lining and gold thread edging and laces embroidered with the Royal personal crest of King Frederick William II of Prussia
Shoe-Icons / Shoes / Childs shoes in red leather with a kid and silk lining and gold thread edging and laces embroidered with the Royal personal crest of King Frederick William II of Prussia
RESERVED Antique Victorian Baby Shoes with Feather Stitching | Etsy
These little "heart-grabbers" are made of the softest golden brown leather and, judging by the wear, all the babies had a turn with them. The sole measures just 1 1/2" x 4" at the widest point. Seams are coming apart in some areas including the center back seam which is split on both and a 2" area where the toe joins the sole on one. The inside is lined in fabric and the number 161 is stamped inside. The old metal-tipped laces are as charming as the shoes. Some momma tucked these…
Pair of boy's shoes
Glazed kid uppers, ankle strap with brass button closure; black rep binding. Round toes. Leather slipper soles. Linen insoles and linings. Worn by Edward Howard Hutchinson of Buffalo, N.Y. (1852–1938), grandfather of Ganson Purcell.
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Shoes | American | The Met
Rendered in the classic style, this single baby shoe was once an attractive purple color. While it is not uncommon to find richly colored infant's shoes in this period, this example features an unusual and appealing use of two complimentary striped cotton fabrics for the lining
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“#HappyHallowen Spooky day child’s bootie; tan leather with black cat appliqué. Victorian, c.1850-60s. Bet the toddler/child who wore these was chuffed.”