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Wedgwood angel shoes

United Kingdom - Pair of shoes by Rayne (shoe) & Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (heels) - Silk satin with Wedgwood heel

1740-1750 The piece shown here is a pair of women's shoes made with luxurious silk  damask. The latchets are tied with ribbons. This shoe is an excellent piece  that  shows the fashion at that time; with its a thick, curved Louis Heel which is associated with the age of Louis XIV, along with the upturned, pointed toe. 18th century women's shoes were one luxury accessory that symbolized the elegant and sophisticated Rococo culture.

England Material: Green and ivory silk damask with wooden "Louis" heels. Picture from the website of the Kyoto costume institute.

Pair of shoes    Place of origin:   Monaco (made)   Date:   1925 (made)      Artist/Maker:   A. Rambaldi (maker)      Materials and Techniques:  Painted kid  Credit Line:    Given by M. Lawler-Wilson, Esq. V      Museum number:        T.313-1975

Pair of shoes

Pair of shoes Place of origin: Monaco (made) Date: 1925 (made) Artist/Maker: A. Rambaldi (maker) Materials and Techniques: Painted kid Credit Line: Given by M. V Museum number:

Boue Soeurs cotton nightgown 1919

Nightgown Boué Soeurs (French) Date: 1919 Culture: French Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CF: 48 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Roger Vivier shoes, commissioned in 1962 for Iranian Princess Soraya, sold for £17,180

Elizabeth Taylor’s £7.6m pearl, £17k shoes and £130k handbag... Record-breaking fashion buys of 2011

Roger Vivier, 1962 - created for the wife of the late Shah of Iran, Princess Soraya; embroidered with silver thread & studded with orange topaz.

Wedding Shoes 1935

Pair of sandals

Wedding shoes - 1935 - by Jack Jacobus Ltd., England - Satin with kid leather, diamantés wedding shoes - Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Stevie Nicks Rhiannon Costume  CIRCA 1970s  A two-piece costume worn by Stevie Nicks during a performance of the song “Rhiannon,” written by Nicks about the mythological Welsh goddess Rhiannon - the Goddess of Steeds and the Maker of Birds. The costume consists of a short champagne and gold colored jacket with lace, sequins and applied gold thread with long flowing arms, together with a matching shawl that has a zipper on the left shoulder. #fashion

Stevie Nicks Rhiannon Costume CIRCA A two-piece costume worn by Stevie Nicks during a performance of the song “Rhiannon,” written by Nicks about the mythological Welsh goddess Rhiannon - the Goddess of Steeds and the Maker of Birds. The costume cons

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