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Embroidered boots. Circassian, fromTurkey. Late-Ottoman era, 1860-1869. Made of leather (goat-skin), iron, buttons (brass), thread (silver, cotton?). (British Museum, London).

Embroidered boots. Circassian, fromTurkey. Late-Ottoman era, 1860-1869. Made of leather (goat-skin), iron, buttons (brass), thread (silver, cotton?). (British Museum, London).

Mules Mules Date: first quarter 17th century Medium: linen, silk, metallic, leather Accession Number: 29.23.11 Met.Mus of Art

Mules Mules Date: first quarter 17th century Medium: linen, silk, metallic, leather Accession Number: 29.23.11 Met.Mus of Art

Leather shoes inspired by a pair from an Iron age bog

Leather shoes inspired by a pair from an Iron age bog

Appear to be leather and fabric ankle boots from Central Asia with Iranic and Mongol influences. While the Sogdians, the great traders of Central Asia, were renown for their curved pointed shoes, these are likely newer.

Appear to be leather and fabric ankle boots from Central Asia with Iranic and Mongol influences. While the Sogdians, the great traders of Central Asia, were renown for their curved pointed shoes, these are likely newer.

19C. TURKISH OTTOMAN COSTUME HAND EMBROIDERED VEST YELEK w/GOLDEN THREAD | eBay

19C. TURKISH OTTOMAN COSTUME HAND EMBROIDERED VEST YELEK w/GOLDEN THREAD | eBay

Scythian women's boots, leather, cloth, tin, and gold.  Pazyryk Kurgan area. 300-290 BCE.

Scythian women's boots, leather, cloth, tin, and gold. Pazyryk Kurgan area. 300-290 BCE.

1920s leather boots

1920s leather boots / vintage antique 20s 30s leather lace up boots / Bootleggers

Caucasian plasteron (clasp), silver on leather. For women.  Late-Ottoman era, Kabardinians,19th c.

Caucasian plasteron (clasp), silver on leather. For women. Late-Ottoman era, Kabardinians,19th c.

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