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Pair of bound-foot shoes. Shoes have a raised heel and are roughly triangular in shape, narrowing to a point in the toe. Fabric covers the sides and toes of the shoes, with an extra rectangular piece of fabric extending up the back of the ankle; shoes are open along the top of the foot. Thin, twined cord laces back and forth across the back of the heel. Shoe is covered with orange-red fabric with blue piping along the upper edge and multicoloured floral embroidery radiating from the toe. Heel is covered with white brocade featuring multicoloured figures; grey and maroon piping line the top and bottom of the heel, respectively. The material extending up the ankle is a light lilac colour, with a matching fabric strap looped at either side.

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