pointy shoes - Detail of a 15th century illuminated manuscript of Renaud de Montauban.

The early middle ages footwear depicted is the closed toe shoe that may buckle or lace up.

This soft-soled all leather shoe is an example of a general style that, in various forms, was exceedingly popular in much of Europe from the

Poulaine: Handmade Leather Medieval Shoe by BarefootCordwainer

Fantastic fringe on cloth!  sługa z ręcznikiem - 1496-97Master of the Retable of the ReyesCatólicos - copia (3)

Fantastic fringe on cloth! sługa z ręcznikiem - of the Retable of the ReyesCatólicos - copia Fringe is possibly macrame. Another possibility is passementerie.

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1460 Barthélemy d'Eyck - detail from the Théséide manuscript (Scène de dédicace)

A Man and Woman, detail from St. Eligius in his Workshop, 1449 (Petrus Christus) (1425-1476)   The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY,...

Bold pomegranate- or artichoke-patterned silks are characteristic of the century, as are richly coloured velvets and woolens. Fine linen was important for headdresses and for the shirts and chemises revealed by new lower necklines and slashing.

Illumination from the Histoire de Helayne; 15th century French (1460-65). Bibliotheque Royale, Brussels

Fashionably attired young man kissing a lady - Histoire de Helayne; Illumination from the Histoire de Helayne;

The Emperor Sigismund Arriving in Siena (detail), in The Story of Two Lovers, French, about 1460–70

The Emperor Sigismund Arriving in Siena in The Story of Two Lovers with texts written in Latin by Eneas Silvius Piccolomini and illuminations by an unknown artist, French, about The J.

Barthélémy d'Eyck, lci après est pourtraictie la façon et la manière comment le Roy d'armes présente l'espée au Duc de Bourbon (Livre des Tournois, 1462-65, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris)

Barthélémy d'Eyck, lci après est pourtraictie la façon et la manière comment le Roy d'armes présente l'espée au Duc de Bourbon (Livre des Tournois, 1462-65, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris)

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