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'Tudor Rose' style shoe made by Gundry & Sons

Shoe, single, boys, from fancy dress costume, imitation 16th century Tudor 'Rose' style, silk satin / linen / leather, made by Gundry & Sons, worn by Prince Arthur, London, England, c1846

Single left boys shoe, imitation Tudor 'Rose' style, turnshoe construction with wide eared toe and no heel. Shoe consists of ivory silk satin upper with high rounded tongue, side seams and back seam, bound with red silk on the top edge. Pointed overlapping straps across the tab affixed by red silk rose with silver centre. Vamp decorated with 3 mock silver edged cut outs with red satin infill. Upper lined with [linen] as is the sock.
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