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THIS fine example of a fourteenth- or fifteenth-century peakecl i shoe, or Crackoive, was the kind of foot-gear worn by wealthy people at a time when costume generally had reachcd an extravagant stage;

THIS fine example of a fourteenth- or fifteenth-century peakecl i shoe, or Crackoive, was the kind of foot-gear worn by wealthy people at a time when costume generally had reachcd an extravagant stage;

Leather ankle-shoe, which was laced at the side. It is decorated with cut-out holes in different shapes: half-moon, circular, rectangular, and cross-shaped. Medieval shoes were made by 'cordwainers' (the word comes from 'cordwain', or 'cordovan', the name for the leather made in Córdoba, Spain). Early-mid 13th century

Leather ankle-shoe, which was laced at the side. It is decorated with cut-out holes in different shapes: half-moon, circular, rectangular, and cross-shaped. Medieval shoes were made by 'cordwainers' (the word comes from 'cordwain', or 'cordovan', the name for the leather made in Córdoba, Spain). Early-mid 13th century

Shoe (image 3) | late 14th century | leather | Museum of London | ID #: 25806

Shoe (image 3) | late 14th century | leather | Museum of London | ID #: 25806

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