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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: zapatos para bebé de EEUU de 1800-50 (Inventario: 52.432a-b)

White linen soles, white lutestring backing for quilting, laced up center front of instep with pink satin ribbons.

Shoes Hattat Frères  Date: ca. 1880 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: 2 x 5 1/2 in. (5.1 x 14 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Edith J. Evans, 1929 Accession Number: 2009.300.2991a, b

Shoes Hattat Frères Date: ca. 1880 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: 2 x 5 in. x 14 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Edith J. Evans, 1929 Accession Number: b

Queen Victoria's Slippers: ca. 1840-1848, English, satin. "These dainty cream slippers were made for Queen Victoria during the 1840s by boot and shoemakers Gundry and Son...Victoria had nine-inch feet, approximately a size 3–3.5 in today’s sizes...They have small leather soles and no heel as was common for the time... As it was considered inappropriate to show one’s feet women squeezed into small shoes to appear more delicate..."

Pair of Queen Victoria's white satin slippers, England, These would be darling with my white capri pants and white and gold dotted blouse

Pair of infant's shoes American ca. early 19th Century

Blue silk with seams bound with yellow silk ribbon; yellow ribbon bow in center front; lined with cream colored wool flannel.

straw shoes 1835 to 40 European courtesy metropolitan museum of art, straw…

straw shoes 1835 to 40 European courtesy metropolitan museum of art, straw…

Infant's leather slippers, American, 1871-74. An attractive and unusual design specific to its period distinguishes this pair of shoes worn by an infant girl. The high peak at the back is a feature of fashionable contemporary women's shoes. Numerous attractive details - scalloped quarters, wave design of tab, embossed rosette trimmed with tiny buckle, double row of contrasting top stitching, and cheerful printed lining - create appeal in these inexpensive manufactured shoes.

Child's Slippers American, Made of leather. An attractive and unusual design specific to its period distinguishes this pair of shoes worn by an infant girl between 1871 and The high peak at the back is a feature of fashionable contemporary women's shoes.

Pink silk pudding cap for young child learning how to walk, 18th century

'pudding' safety hat

British Pudding Cap - Circa 1775 This ‘pudding’ is a safety hat for a young child learning to walk, designed to fasten horizontally around the head above the ears.

An early example of a child's Cromwell shoe "First pair of shoes worn by little Neddy," American, 19th c, MFAB

An early example of a child's Cromwell shoe "First pair of shoes worn by little Neddy," American, c, MFAB

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, 1750-1755, Germany. The shoes are fitted with period silver-leaf spurs. The provenance is impeccable as they are part of a Property of items formerly in the possession of Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, given to her daughter Princess Sophia, then upon her death to a Lady in waiting.

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 / Germany c 1750 - 1755

I would so like these in my size with a short heel - Merci ! ~ Antique Baby Shoes in Blue Leather dated 1905

I would so like these in my size with a short heel - Merci ! ~ Antique Baby Shoes in Blue Leather dated 1905

Child’s Boots 1865 The Philadelphia Museum of Art REFUGEE CHILDREN ARE DYING EVERY DAY. PLEASE DONATE TO HELP American Red Cross (Canadian) (British) (Australian) Islamic Relief Fund USA Doctors Without Borders/Médécins Sans Frontiers UNICEF UN...

Child’s Boots 1865 The Philadelphia Museum of Art REFUGEE CHILDREN ARE DYING EVERY DAY. PLEASE DONATE TO HELP American Red Cross (Canadian) (British) (Australian) Islamic Relief Fund USA Doctors Without Borders/Médécins Sans Frontiers UNICEF UN...

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