Low buckled shoes, 1200-1400

Samples of these shoes were documented in the "Cantigas of Santa Maria" and other European documents. Exhibits corresponding with this reproduction can be found in several museums and archaeological sites (Dordrech, Schleswig, London, Middelburg, Reimerswaal and Sluis). These low buckled shoes fit in 14th and 15th century.

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Low buckled shoes, 1200-1400

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Our Low buckled shoes are made of Made of premium quality genuine leather. The leather thickness and color shade may vary from piece to piece due to handcrafted method of manufacturing and use of traditional inks.

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