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THIS fine example of a fourteenth- or fifteenth-century peakecl i shoe, or Crackoive, was the kind of foot-gear worn by wealthy people at a time when costume generally had reachcd an extravagant stage;

THIS fine example of a fourteenth- or fifteenth-century peakecl i shoe, or Crackoive, was the kind of foot-gear worn by wealthy people at a time when costume generally had reachcd an extravagant stage;

Explore Simone Hindin's photos on Flickr. Simone Hindin has uploaded 6179 photos to Flickr.

Explore Simone Hindin's photos on Flickr. Simone Hindin has uploaded 6179 photos to Flickr.

detail from unknown artist, St. Valentine healing the blind on an altarpiece at Villnöß, c. 1495-1505.  https://garbrelatedchaos.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/detail-from-st-valentine-healing-the-blind-on-an-altarpiece-at-villnc3b6c39f-c-1495-1505.jpg?w=300&h=234

detail from unknown artist, St. Valentine healing the blind on an altarpiece at Villnöß, c. 1495-1505. https://garbrelatedchaos.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/detail-from-st-valentine-healing-the-blind-on-an-altarpiece-at-villnc3b6c39f-c-1495-1505.jpg?w=300&h=234

14th century shoe. From the book Stepping through time

14th century shoe. From the book Stepping through time

Flask; Unknown; Egypt; 1300 - 1200 B.C.; Glass; 6.3 x 5.4 cm (2 1/2 x 2 1/8 in.); 2003.148

Flask; Unknown; Egypt; 1300 - 1200 B.C.; Glass; 6.3 x 5.4 cm (2 1/2 x 2 1/8 in.); 2003.148

1480-1494.  Jesus in Caiaphas, school Fray Alonso de Zamora,  Burgos Cathedral Museum

1480-1494. Jesus in Caiaphas, school Fray Alonso de Zamora, Burgos Cathedral Museum

Carlo Crivelli, 1476; St Catherine of Alexandria with her symbolic attribute, a wheel.

Carlo Crivelli, 1476; St Catherine of Alexandria with her symbolic attribute, a wheel.

Ottoman style - clothes and shoes

Ottoman style - clothes and shoes

Fotoportalen UNIMUS

Fotoportalen UNIMUS

Leather clog owned by the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf in the 1600´s. Made of linen saffian with wire embroidery. Made in oriental style or made in the M.E. Looks and is described very much like the Ottoman Turkish overshoes of the same time. It is described as having the narrow strip "heel" underneath as well (the "horseshoe" shaped piece)

Leather clog owned by the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf in the 1600´s. Made of linen saffian with wire embroidery. Made in oriental style or made in the M.E. Looks and is described very much like the Ottoman Turkish overshoes of the same time. It is described as having the narrow strip "heel" underneath as well (the "horseshoe" shaped piece)