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Georgian shoe buckles

G. Bernard Hughes

Georgian shoe buckles

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Published by G.L.C. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Bernard & Therle Hughes; illustrated by the Lady Maufe Collection of shoe buckles at Kenwood.
ContributionsHughes, Therle., Greater London Council.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13734198M


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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. G Author: G. Bernard Hughes. Georgian Paste Shoe Buckles Figure 1: Lady’s silk brocade shoes with paste buckles. c (Bata Shoe Museum) Buckles were worn on shoes as early as Medieval times, but they fell out of fashion and did not appear again until the midth century.

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See more ideas about 18th century fashion, 18th century and Shoes pins. Georgian shoe buckles, by Bernard & Therle Hughes; illustrated by the Lady Maufe Collection of Shoe Buckles at Kenwood Greater London Council London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Used, Antique Georgian silver shoe buckle brooch. Georgian silver buckle set with foil back paste shoe buckles antique metal oval patterned i don't know any thing about these they have got a bit of rust please see photos thanks. there is a little of the gold missing (see photos) but i do not feel this distracts from the piece.

I started collecting 18th century shoe buckles last year Many from the Georgian time period Anyone who has. read my blog for a while has probably noticed I love 18th century. ladie’s shoes LACMA. Until the end of the 18th century, women’s shoes were made.

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Shoe buckles are fashion accessories worn by men and women from the midth century through the 18th century. Shoe buckles were made of a variety of materials including brass, steel, silver or silver gilt, and buckles for formal wear were set with diamonds, quartz or imitation jewels.

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As the book’s summary explains, “With over illustrations this book is intended to help with the identification of buckles, which are by far the largest category of medieval and post-medieval dress accessory to survive.” Below we’ll examine the Mahockney buckles in what appears to be chronological order.

Thee Color Varieties Beautiful Artisan Silk Use Buckles or Laces Elegant replica of an eighteenth century Georgian era shoe.

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BUCKLES ARE NOT INCLUDED. Buckle strap. I love fine paste jewelry from all eras but Georgian paste is the finest ever produced. Paste is glass that is meant to look like gemstones and in my Ruby Lane shop I have pieces dating from the Georgian era through the midth century.

When I refer to “paste”, as opposed to rhinestone, jewelry I distinguish it by the quality of its construction: paste jewelry is. Georgian Shoe Buckles: Kenwood Exhibition Catalogue by Council, Greater London. G.L.C. PAMPHLET. 16 pages stapled booklet in card covers, knowledgeable text and illus.

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Gold or silver buckles for shoes were in fashion for most of the 18th century. They gave the finishing touches to elegant dress and were one of the few pieces of jewellery worn by men as well as women.

Gentlemen wore matching shoe and knee buckles. Making buckles became a highly skilled craft at which English silversmiths and jewellers excelled. Georgian Hair & Natural Pearl Brooch c’s Featuring a Coil of Hair in the Prince of Wales Feather Style.

Ring with Hairwork Braid, c. Photo Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg. Diamond and Sapphire Shoe Buckles c Photo Courtesy of. The Colonial Shoe is a low quarter shoe for the late 18th Century.

These reproduction shoes are based on recovered examples from a New York area military camp as well as our most recent research. Information may be found in Sketchbook '76. silver buckles on my shoe Silver in the title and/or a main thread in the story All Votes Add Rate this book.

Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. flag this list ← Previous 1 2 Next → books 25 voters. Buckles were a high fashion trend and at one point amazingly were considered by some to be of even more importance than the shoe itself.

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Contact. Townsends P.O. Box North First Street Pierceton, IN USA Telephone: Fax: The Georgian era was a time of frenetic social activity, flamboyant fashion and fast-paced change throughout Europe and America. Demand for jewels was high, so excellently preserved pieces can still be found today.

Greater London Council, Pamphlet. Fine - Used/None as Issued. 16 page staple bound pamphlet, clean tight and bright. Illustrated Please email for photos. Medieval Book Clasp. Buckles, etc. Buckles - Stuart / Georgian period. These are buckles from the Stuart and Georgian periods, and date from between and Later Georgian Buckles.

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Top: Large shoe buckles with close-set paste stones, sterling chape and tongue. Remarkable skill was required to set these stones so closely together so that virtually no trace of metal showed through.

Bottom: Smaller buckles, possibly for a lady’s shoe. Knee buckles were used to hold the breeches in place below or above the knee and to hold up the stockings.

Knee buckles are generally much smaller than shoe buckles and are not convexly curved the way shoe buckles usually are. On knee buckles, the pin is between the short sides of the frame so the buckle can be oriented vertically.

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Other articles where Shoe buckle is discussed: buckle: The shoe buckle has also been important as an ornament. Jewelled buckles (with real or imitation gems) were worn during the reign of Louis XIV, and at about the same time the shoe buckle became popular in the United States.

In 18th-century Europe, buckles became even.Popular Georgian Era Styles. The Georgian era saw a lot of dainty and symbolic stacking rings – an early echo of the contemporary stacking trend.

Dig around to find beautiful acrostic rings and rings with hands clasped or holding a flower – all typical of this time. Another popular style for rings was a large, central stone surrounded by.Ca.

– 1 Pair of Cut Steel Shoe buckles, original from Georgian England € ,00 incl. VAT - differential tax applies collectors items and antiques in accordance with German law §25a UStG.