Debbie, Colonial buckle shoe
Debbie is made of supple leather with a moderate 1-3/4″ squash heel. It has a steel shank for strength. This shoe is made for those that need a roomier toe, and a wider shoe. It is a lined shoe and can be worn with a buckle or ties. This is a look a like for the Leslie, but in women’s sizing.
Mules (slippers) 18th and 19th Century
The Mule is a simple, comfy and beautiful footwear that comes down thru the ages . Easy to slip on and with a leather sole so it can go from the bedroom to outside. It has a moderate heel and decorative trim across the arch.
The leather backed tapestry fabric will change from time to time as fabric gets used up, but we always pick a new fabric with heirloom design in mind. Full and half sizes 5- 11 width is a wide C.
Rose, Civil War ankle boot
The Rose is a black smooth leather shoe with plain toe, 1/4″ leather heel, 2 elastic gussets and a tab on the back. Leather heel and sole.
You can wear this with your modern clothes and it fits perfectly when you dressed out in Civil War day dress.
full and half sizes 6- 11, widths medium M and wide W.
The Anna, Colonial black-smooth shoe
Anna A comfortable heeled colonial shoe is a crooked shoe (left/right) model designed to be worn without buckles. She is designed to be worn with a ribbon tie or a rosette that will match your outfit. The heel is 2 inches. Steel shank, black supple leather.