18th C Women's Footwear
Footwear may be returned within ten days of receipt if unworn and in the same condition as received.
Footwear purchased for theatrical productions (plays, TV, movies, etc.) MAY NOT BE RETURNED.
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The Cheri has an 1 3/4" heel and it is full for walking on rough ground. No buckle needed! The tie..
Smooth, black leather. The toe of the Concord is slightly rounded. A common man's shoe, originally..
Debbie is modeled after a shoe seen in Hogarth's etchings. It is a made on a left/right last wit..
18th Century Colonial Women's Shoes with Buckles are patterned after a pair at Colonial Williamsburg..
Smooth leather. 1" wide lachet. The Martha is an elegant shoe, ready for the Governor's Ball or f..
This bone color suitable for use as it comes from the box or easily dyed to almost any color.MSRP $1..
The Mule goes back at the least to the Roman Empire. This is a comfortable shoe whose cousins are in..
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