Stockings and shoes possibly worn by Queen Victoria: 19th century
3 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 31cm x 22cm

Stockings and shoes possibly worn by Queen Victoria: 19th century

Richard Grundy

© Museum of London

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Selection of stockings and shoes thought to have been worn by Queen Victoria. The shoes and top stocking were probably worn at Queen Victoria's Coronation. The shoes have ivory silk satin ribbon stripes on vamp applique and a tiny satin bow. The shoes were made by Richard Gundry of Soho Square, the Queen's shoemaker from 1824 to 1898. The stockings are both made of silk.
 

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Date

1838 AD - 1940 AD
 

Image Number

001537
 

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