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Style specialists at Den Gamle By have gone trend-spotting: exhibition “Shoes and Accessories, Fashion and Frills in the 1700s”

Shoe buckles Pair of cut steel buckles made for a man’s shoe by John Sharp of Birmingham in about 1780. Accession number: 1935 F93.1-2

Boot powderer

1762-1763 British Boot powderer at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This gentleman's dress accessory was used to contain powder which could be sprinkled into his boots to assist in putting them off and pulling them on. More commonly made in steel, this silver example reflects the status of its original owner."