Cow Mouth Shoes. Western Europe, XV-XVI century.
Cow Mouth Shoes. Western Europe, XV-XVI century.
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Cow Mouth Shoes. Western Europe, XV-XVI century.

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Western Europe
XVI century

duckbillbearpaw or cow’s mouth was a style of shoe with a broad toe which was fashionable in the 15th and 16th centuries. This style started with Charles VIII of France, who had an extra toe, and was later worn by Henry VIII of England.

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