18th Century Shoe GIVEAWAY!

Want to *win* your very own pair of leather Devonshire 18th century shoes?  Then help us spread the word about the pre-order going on right now!

About the Prize:

The Devonshires are a leather 18th century shoe based on museum examples from the 1760s through 1780s.  They’re made of top-grade dyable leather, with a beautiful, smooth Italian leather sole for dancing, and are hard-wearing, water- and mud-proof, for even the toughest of outdoor re-enactments.

Pre-Order the Devonshires through August 10, and get the special $100 price.  We’re only making 200 of these shoes, so don’t miss the chance to own one of only a couple hundred pair on the planet!  Visit www.american-duchess.com to order.

Enter the Drawing 3 Ways:

1. Blog about the pre-sale – go ahead and just copy and paste that paragraph above, and add in the photo, to your own blog.  Leave a link in the comments section of this post.  If you’ve already blogged about the Devonshire pre-sale, you can still enter the giveaway, just leave a link in the comments section.

2. Tweet about the pre-sale – on Twitter, just copy and paste this into your tweetbox:

18th Century Leather Shoes by American Duchess are now available to Pre-Order. Help us reach 100 orders! Pls RT: http://tinyurl.com/4y9pkz8 

Be sure to leave a link to your tweet in the comments section of this post, so you are entered into the giveaway.

3. Facebook about the pre-sale – Post a link to www.american-duchess.com on your Facebook page, and leave a comment on this post to enter the drawing.
*If you do all three of these things, you will be entered 3 times, just leave 3 comments on this post.
The winner will be selected by random number generator, and will be sent their shoes in October, when the new shipment arrives.*

Thank you, Ladies and Laddies!  I appreciate all your participation and involvement in making this new style happen!


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