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Pair of women's tie shoes, French, early 18th century. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.


These fabric wrapped cord necklaces and bracelets are easy to make with this step by step tutorial. Brighten up your wardrobe with these fun and colorful accessories.


Pair of children's shoes, Italy, 1700,White sueded kid uppers; closed side and back seams; latchets tie behind and through high heart-shaped tongues with green tasseled silk cord. Square toed. Dark brown leather soles. White sueded kid-covered Louis heels, top pieces. White kid insoles.


Tie box. Beeswax and resin, cardboard box wrapped in plaster cloth, jute cord. Gwendolyn Plunkett

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Chokers are back in style! Learn how to tie it in three different ways run this quick video!

The vast majority of clothing up through the 18th century was laced using some form of a spiral method. Diagrams and instructions on how to space holes.

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Painted Snow Scene on Ice Skates

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Don't You Dare Fence Me In Emerald Jean by Cowgirl Tuff Company Dressed to the 9′s! Decked out and ready to roll with heavy turquoise cord stitching making up every seam of this jean. Professional washing detail adds to your look, whiskering around knees and thighs, including a stonewash technique. Barbed wire stitch stands out and is lit with color. Matches perfectly with our April delivery of emerald colors. Medium wash denim.