#bsmshoeoftheday by Bata Shoe Museum - #shoebackthursday - Parte II

29 de octubre de 2014

Es jueves y sigo avanzando en mi búsqueda de la historia del calzado que nos brinda Bata Shoe Museum con su hashtag #bsmshoeoftheday y al que le añado #shoebackthursday.

Como hice en el  primer post dejo el texto original.

Brown leather boots with multicoloured leather appliques. Russian, mid 19th century.

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Cree, 1880-1890. Beaded deerskin and rawhide moccasins.

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Eastern Sioux moccasins, ca 1895. Buckskin uppers &; rawhide soles. Partially beaded with small floral patterns.

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Silk court shoes, England, 1880.

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The Pleasures and Perils of Dress in the 19th Century.

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Tunisia, 19th century.

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Turkey, 19th century. Green velvet boot, embroidered with gold thread.

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Button boots, England, 1885-1892. Brocade button boots with Louis heel covered in matching material.

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Highly decorated lotus shoes (gin lien). China, 1910.

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Japan 1900.

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Korea, 1845-55.

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Korea, 1900.

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Men's white cotton canvas summer boots. 1905-1930. Canadian/American.

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This shoe features traditional shwe-chi-doe embroidery which incorporates sequins, beads and cut glass into its lavish designs. Myanmar, 19th century.

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United States, Plateau Region, 1900.

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United States, Southwestern States, 1890. 

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USA, Sioux, 1915.

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Black embossed leather Mongolian boots with an upturned toe. 1930, Mongolia.

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Court shoes with metallic gold and cream silk brocade uppers, handcrafted by Pietro Yantorny. France, 1920s-30s.

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French, 1923.

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2 comentarios:

md dijo...

Pero qué bonitos, por favor!

Un beso, guapa.

Belen de bellepoque dijo...

pues curiosamente me encantan los zapatos pero odio los taconazos. Quizá contradicción en si mismo pero no .. hay verdaderas bellezas en diseño de calzado in ser andamios andantes, y creo que los taconazos no siempre benefician a veces cual garzas sobreviven sobre sus zancos volviendo grotesco lo que debería de ser femenino. jaja lo siento pero no creo que nadie resista jornada diaria carreras al bus, compras, niños etc sobre 17 cm un besín

Bellepoque "A flor de polipiel"

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