These outrageously beautiful and wearable late 1920s to early 30s shoes are heartbreakers of Deco magnificent. Their silhouette is a perfect 1925 shape that is hard to resist, especially with the decadent detail that the middle of the decade brough. Made of a glossy black silk, the toe is a rounded point and the heel is low and blocky. The buttoning vamp is a detail lattice of suede, clothing with three buttons on the side of the foot. The heel is silver, and the laces are matching grey. Lined with leather and canvas and with glossy, untouched black leather soles, you simply cannot find footwear of this quality anymore.
Marked a size 4 A/C (A is width for the ball of the foot, C the indicator of the heel width)
Interior Length to tip of toe: 9"
Interior Width: 2 5/8"
Heel Height: 2 1/8"
Label: Slenderfoot Arch Fitted by W.B. Coon Co.
Material: Leather, Cloth
Condition: Good, as is
These lovely shoes are in beautiful condition with one notable flaw - the round cut on the vamp of the right foot. I have NO explanation for why this might have been done. The bottom of the lattice on the left has a rough edge. The soles and heel taps are perfect. These still wear beautifully, and are priced with flaws in mind.