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This shoe is part of a larger collection of objects excavated from an archaeological site on the Thames River in London, which provide an overview of fashionable shoe styles from the mid-fourteenth to the early sixteenth century. Intentional slashing and embossing of the leather were common decorative embellishments.

Shoes, leather, British

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