Colonial Womens Shoes
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.
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.
Close Out 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.
Martha-Colonial black-smooth leather shoe
Martha is a Colonial dressy shoe with a fan-shaped tongue, 2″ heel, but wide enough so walking on the rough ground won’t cause your heel to sink into the ground. It has latchets for a buckle or you can use a tie. BUCKLES ARE SOLD SEPARATELY.