berlin wool work slipper from the Powerhouse Museum (and we've been there!)

Berlin Woolwork slipper from the Powerhouse Museum - Roses and Lily of the Valley

Berlin WoolWork Slipper Pattern Produced By Hertz & Wegener ~ Regional Museum Of Gävleborg Sweden

Hertz & Wegener slipper pattern, Regional Museum Of Gävleborg Sweden (via Darline DeMott, Berlin Work Shoes and Charts)

Slipper tops like this one were popular housewife handicrafts and were usually embroidered and attached to leather soles to be worn as house...

My Ugly Step Sister Shoes: Making 1850s Shoes for Not-So-Petite Modern Feet

Berlin work slippers.

1860 Man’s Floral Tapestry Slippers Purple lining. The McCord Museum

historicaldress: “ LEONARD & O'NEIL GOWN with SILK FLOWERS, EARLY 20th C. Pale blue silk charmeuse having short sleeve tulle bodice overlay and overskirt decorated with pink and green silk flowers,...

historicaldress: “ LEONARD & O'NEIL GOWN with SILK FLOWERS, EARLY C. Pale blue silk charmeuse having short sleeve tulle bodice overlay and overskirt decorated with pink and green silk flowers,.

Berlin work slippers with tassels.

Woman's Berlin Wool Work Shoes Made by Mrs., Philadelphia Geography: Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Sta.

Men's Slippers Mid 19th Century An exceptional pair of man’s antique 1860’s Berlin work slippers. The last name Gorham is hand written inside the slippers. The background color is a vivid orange. The flowers are worked in shades of blue, white, lilac, red and pink and golden shafts of wheat. The slippers are lined with linen and leather. They have a 1 inch heel. The slippers are in excellent condition and appear to have never been worn. Length 12 inches Width 4 inches

Men's Slippers Mid 19th Century An exceptional pair of man’s antique 1860’s Berlin work slippers. The last name Gorham is hand written inside the slippers. The background color is a vivid orange. The flowers are worked in shades of blue, white, lilac, red and pink and golden shafts of wheat. The slippers are lined with linen and leather. They have a 1 inch heel. The slippers are in excellent condition and appear to have never been worn. Length 12 inches Width 4 inches

Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Richard Blakey

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