Re: [Authentic_SCA] New website: raised-heel shoes
- Quoting glaukopisathene <phoenissa@...>:
> Hello everyone,Nifty keen! I can't wait till he gets pictures up -- I'm a visual
> If I may take a minute to brag :-) I'd like to direct the attention of
> interested parties to a new website on chopines, pantoufles, and other
> raised shoes (mostly late-16th-c European). My too-talented beloved
> put together this site to showcase his research and craftsmanship.
> For anyone interested in how chopines and their relatives are
> constructed, there's plenty of good information here (and pretty
> pictures, too)!
learner, and I know so little about period shoes anyway, that I *need*
to see illos!
Give him a hug ...
University of Tennessee
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
...and now I want a bench-grinder for Christmas, too.
...and Amazon gift cards, and a router, and a table saw, and a jigsaw, and a
couple of sanders, and a lathe.
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- I really need to get pictures of these with the hanao put on, but in
the meantime, this my first pair of geta.
Jehanne de Wodeford who is sometimes Saionji no Hanae
> http://aands.org/raisedheels/Thank you so much for the heads up and thank you to your beloved as
> Ok, I'm done with my shameless advertising now. Enjoy!
well for sharing!;)
I have been thinking about making a pair of cork soled shoes as they
are wonderfully appropriate to my persona (there is an accounts book
which lists them) and this has made it actually seem possible:)
*adds to list of accessories for next year...*