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Boots and slippers

Our footwear designs use museum collections, period art work, and cinema for inspiration or can be your own design. All historic periods are possible.

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Renaissance Slippers
Inspired by Medieval and Renaissance styles Ladies and Gentlemen's court shoes with mix and match details in any color combination that you want perfect for Renn Faire or SCA events.

Slippers from 1588 – 1595 from a portrait of Queen Elizabeth

Pointed Toe, 2 Color, Teardrop Slashes, Laces
Other Variations
Catalog #SL4
Soft, unseamed, pointed toe, Teardrop slashes, Double laces, Two color
English Tudor slipper reference
Tudor Costume and Fashion by Herbert Norris
English shoe from mid 1500’s in Archaeological Museum, Cambridge
Purple with gold underlay and pinking
Other Variations
Catalog #SL5
Hard, round toe, Multiple size and shape slashes, Scalloped edges, Instep detail, Two color
Historical reference for slashed slippers
Tudor Costume and Fashion by Herbert Norris
French shoe from 1561 with buttons and slashes
Elizabethan slipper, round toe oval cuto
Other Variations
Catalog #SL6
Hard, round toe, Two Color, Multiple size and shape slashes, Two color instep detail
Historical reference for French court shoe
Shoes The Complete Sourcebook by John Peacock
French gentleman’s court shoe c. 1555 - 1560
Green slipper with red slashes and tabs
Other Variations
Catalog #SL7
Hard, round toe, Two color, Multiple slashes, Shirred leather behind slashes, Contrasting, lined tab fringe
French slipper from 1595 to 1599
Shoes The Complete Sourcebook by John Peacock
French slipper c 1595 - 1599
Elizabethan front tie slipper
Other Variations
Catalog #SL8
Soft oval toe, Front laces over tongue, 1.25” heel
So comfortable you could dance all night.