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Maniatis Boots - 1900-20s - Leather, cotton - Marking: "Maniatis/Bottier/36 rue de Belle Ford/Paris (9e)/Tel. Taudine 43-57" - Metropolitan Museum of Art - @~ Watsonette

Maniatis Boots - - Leather, cotton - Marking: rue de Belle Ford/Paris Taudine - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Mlle

Leather boots, European, 1780-95. Boots began to become fashionable for women in the last quarter of the 18th century, but their use was limited primarily to riding and driving. This single boot displays the predominant front lace closure, diagonal top cut below the calf, and fashionable toe and heel shapes. As their use was not particularly widespread and comparatively utilitarian, few examples of ladies' boots survive from the period.

Date: Culture: European Medium: leatherBoots

City Boots, Hellstern and Sons, Patented, Paris: ca. 1920-1925, French, glossy kidskin leather, twenty-four side buttons, Louis XV heels, leather soles.    Inventory Number: 1983.13.24.1

City Boots, Hellstern and Sons, Patented, Paris: ca. 1920-1925, French, glossy kidskin leather, twenty-four side buttons, Louis XV heels, leather soles. Inventory Number: 1983.13.24.1

Amazing turn of the century red leather Cancan boots. Made by Maniatis Bottier of Paris.

yeoldefashion: Amazing turn of the century red leather Cancan boots. Made by Maniatis Bottier of Paris. sluts and thigh highs just go together.

Pair of Cancan boots by the same maker, Maniatis Bottier.  ETA: I found some interesting additional information about these boots. Although they originally were thought to be stage boots, the lack of wear to the soles suggests that they may have actually been made for Paris’ famed red-light district.

Maniatis Bottier, Paris ca: French Leather 32 inches tall MYMET

Metropolitan Museum of Art - Herbert Levine Inc., 1973

Boots Design House: Herbert Levine Inc. (American, founded Date: 1973 Culture: American Medium: leather Dimensions: Heel to Toe: 9 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Beth and Herbert Levine, 1977

Designer: Steven Arpad (French, 1904–1999) Manufacturer: Delman (American, founded 1919) Date: 1939

Steven Arpad for Delman 1939

Victorian Black Leather Boots Knee High

Victorian Black Leather Boots Knee High for women characters.

Boots: circa 1890, American, suede, leather, and cut steel beads.

United States, California, Los Angeles Pair of Woman& Boots, circa 1890

A rare pair of c. 1900 early Edwardian high bicycling boots made from supple brown leather with the original shoe laces.

A rare pair of c. 1900 early Edwardian high bicycling boots made from supple brown leather with the original shoe laces.

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