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Boots by PH Herher - Paris, ca 1859-63 France, Oakland Museum of California
Damenstiefel. Schwarzes Chevreauleder und grauer Wollsatin. Nestelverschluss mit 25 Lochpaaren. Fusskappe durch Dekor abgehoben. Hersteller: J. Friedmann, Paris. Um 1900 - 1910. Masse: Fusslänge 22 cm, Absatzhöhe 5.5 cm
1860s bronzed kid chameleon slippers (having cutouts revealing contrasting silk, edged with tambour embroidery). Lined with linen and kid. Blue silk ribbon binding, large bow, and rosette topped with tiny decorative buckle. Made by Julien Mayer, Paris. Manchester Galleries.
Boots Date: 1865–75 Culture: American Medium: wool Dimensions: 6 1/2 x 7 in. (16.5 x 17.8 cm)
BOTAS DE NOVIA 1860S
1860s. American. Wool, Leather (Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Damen-Zugstiefeletten,  um 1855, Paar Gesamtansicht [Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg]
Front opening bootees, toe caps, bows.
shoe circa 1860 CLOTH LACED LEATHER SILK TWILL Oakland Museum of California
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