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Slip on left shoe by Gundry & Sons

Slip on shoe, left, womens, ribbed silk / leather/ linen, made by Gundry & Sons, London, England, 1835-1840

Single left womens slip on shoe, turnshoe construction with square rounded toe and no heel. Shoe consists of black ribbed silk upper with slightly peaked throat, oblique side seams, no back seam and top edge only bound. Upper is lined with linen and kid and linen sock is pasted in. Leather sole is sueded with wheeling inside the waist edge.
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