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Late 14th Cen­tury Low Shoe

I real­ised the oth­er day while I was look­ing over AdW’s shoulder as she looked for some­thing on here that I haven’t pos­ted any­thing about this pair of shoes yet. There has been a post about them sit­ting in draft for ages, I’ve just nev­er fin­ished it. This is a major omis­sion because this is …

14th cen­tury SwedishJutish lace up high shoes

These are calf-height shoes made for a friend who does mid-late 14th cen­tury Scani­an reen­act­ment. These are also the first pair of shoes I have fin­ished since com­ing across the A&S 50 pro­ject. I get to back­date things so this is pair 3 for the pro­ject that I hope will see me turn out about …

Split-pull­strap Shoes (Goubitz type 30, Ib)

This pair of shoes marks a fairly sig­ni­fic­ant point in my shoe­mak­ing. They were the first pair I had made in a couple of years and I had learned a lot of the­ory since my pre­vi­ous pair but my prac­tic­al skills were a bit rough start­ing out. Enough went wrong with them that the exper­i­ence of …

Late 14th Cen­tury Ankle Shoe

I made these shoes in 2004/2005 for my lovely wife, who wanted some­thing appro­pri­ate to wear with a cote­har­die and that would cov­er her ankles. They are based on shoe num­ber 100 from Shoes and Pat­tens, 2nd Ed, page 66. The find these are based on dates from 1375–1400. This is …

A com­pletely worn out pair of shoes

These are the sad remains of my second pair of shoes. They’ve been up on my oth­er web­site for a while but not since they died com­pletely. The shoes were fin­ished at 3am before 12th night in Caid when I was vis­it­ing Catalina in LA before we got mar­ried. I think that was …

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