Flowerpot-sole shoes in the Qing Dynasty, Forbidden City collection.

Flowerpot-sole or mushroom shoes in the Qing Dynasty, Forbidden City collection.

It's #TuesdayShoesday! This pair of boots from Bejing, China were meant for a young boy. They are made of silk, cotton, and leather with embroidered chrysanthemums and peonies. ca. 1900.

Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology saved to Highlighted Objects. This pair of boots from Bejing, China were meant for a young boy. They are made of silk, cotton, and leather with embroidered chrysanthemums and peonies.

императрицы сапоги 1662-1722,атласные,полоски кожи.дерева,накрахмаленный белый хлопок. Китай

Empress’ court boots (Xangxi period) Satin, leather strips, wood, starched white cotton Height 45 cm x width 10 cm x depth 28 cm On loan from the Palace Museum, Beijing

Chinese Qing pair of very tiny embroidered silk bound feet shoes late 19th century

Chinese Qing pair of very tiny embroidered silk bound feet shoes late 19th century

Non-Western Historical Fashion - Object Name: Boot Place Made: Asia: Central Asia,...

Object Name: Boot Place Made: Asia: Central Asia, Afghanistan, Northern Afghanistan People: Uzbek Period: Mid to late century Date: c 1970 Dimensions: L x W Materials: Leather;

20th century Chinese minority (Miao-Gejia peoples) cotton, silk

Date: century Culture: Chinese minority (Miao-Gejia peoples) Medium: cotton, silk * 1500 free paper dolls at international artist Arielle Gabriels The International Paper Doll Society also free Chinese paper dolls The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

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