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Pair of American white kid shoes with Fenelon bow (a multi-looped bow) on vamp, elastic strap across center. DATE: Circa 1840 to 1865.
Black crepe evening pumps w/silver and gold leather trim and buckled strap at base of throat, just above the vamp; rhinestone studded buckle; silver leather 2-1/2â€ť Louis heel. Lined in white kid. Inner sole of left shoe says: Laird Schober & Co., Philadelphia, right shoe: T.A. Chapman Co., Milwaukee. Shoe probably a copy from shoemaker Costa of Paris. DATE: Mid-1920s.
Black shoes w/1â€ť leather band across throat, just under triangular stand-up tongue; band has 2 small button holes with 1/4â€ť diameter gray pearl buttons; 2-1/2â€ť brownish black stacked wood, narrow and extremely pointed vamp. Lining white kid. DATE: Edwardian period, 1900 to 1915.
Black shoes w/two eyelets, black velvet laces and pointed leather tongue, black stacked wood 2-1/2â€ť Louis heel. Narrow and extremely pointed vamp, brown leather lining, inner sole says: Feltman-Curme. Factory in Portland, Oregon. DATE: Edwardian period, 1900 to 1915/20.
Black silk dress pump with 2-1/2â€ť silk covered Louis heel; narrow vamp, pointed toe slightly rounded; decoratively patterned with tiny steel beads and small clear rainbow glass like beads. Lining black leather. Inner soles of both shoes say: Marshall Field & Co., Chicago. DATE: Edwardian period, 1900 to 1915.
Brown leather shoe with 2-1/2â€ť stacked wood Louis heel, 4 leather straps across the throat w/eyelets and small 1/4â€ť round buttons; narrow vamp, pointed toe slightly rounded; straps and vamp patterned w/tiny steel beads and small bronze colored beads. Lining light brown leather. Right shoeâ€™s inner sole says: Carson Pirie Scott & Co. DATE: Edwardian period, 1900 to 1915. 2010.45.12 Black silk dress pump with 2-1/2â€ť silk covered Louis heel; narrow vamp, pointed toe slightly rounded; decoratively patterned with tiny steel beads and small clear rainbow glass like beads. Lining black leather. Inner soles of both shoes say: Marshall Field & Co., Chicago. DATE: Edwardian period, 1900 to 1915.
Pointed vamp w/rounded toe and 2-1/2â€ť Louis heel covered w/multi colored rhinestones, silver leather 1/4â€ť trim around inside of throat extends to become a strap w/round rose colored rhinestones connecting vamp to back of shoe; back covered in black fabric, leather sole, inner sole Parisâ€ť logo and name of company.Â DATE: 1920s
Dark brown shoes with a scalloped leather overlay around the opening that extends down fanning out at the toe. Toes very pointed. Brown leather laces, 7 metal eyelets.
Pair of ginger brown leather shoes, sharply pointed with upturned toe. Shoes have a scalloped leather overlay around the opening that extends down to the toe. Narrow brown leather laces and leather tongue. 1â€ť curved wood heel w/pointed back. DATE: mid 1800s.
Keds, canvas â€śsneakers.â€ť Pair of high top canvas shoes in natural canvas color, w/12 white eyelets, white fabric laces, 1/2â€ť white rubber heel and rubber sole stamped with circular logo says: United States Rubber Company and Associated Companies; center has raised US; under logo says Keds. DATE: 1920s.
Leather shoes w/dark brown vamp, tongue and fabric laces, 6 eyelets; rest of shoe and 2-1/2â€ť black stacked wood Louis heel. Narrow and very pointed vamp; lining brown leather, inner sole says: Harris-Emery Co., Des Moines, Ia. DATE: Edwardian period, 1900 to 1915.
White oxford style shoe w/navy capped toe, 1â€ť navy strap across the throat w/gold buckle, navy stitching around shoe, 2-1/2â€ť black wood heel, 1/2â€ť platform made of cork, synthetic rubber sole. Inner sole says: Combination, all materials man made. (Leather and rubber scarce, requisitioned by army because of WWII.) DATE: 1940s.
Deep red suede platform Shoes, w/open toe (peep toe) vamp w/1/2â€ť side cutout, ankle strap, a 5â€ť heel w/a 1-1/2â€ť platform including 3/4â€ť black leather section between vamp and platform. Inner sole w/gold lettering says, â€śdesign by Evins.â€ť Minimum amount of leather used on shoes because of WWII. DATE: 1940s.
White pumps with rounded toes. 4 cork circles sit on vamp in pyramid fashion, largest on the bottom w/2â€ť diameter. Sole and bottom of 1-3/4â€ť heel painted green, sides of circles yellow, green and red. Inner sole says: Di Scarla, Fashions from Italy, Custom Made; also says: Man Made Materials. Leather and rubber were scarce, having been requisitioned by the Army for WWII. DATE: 1940s.
Red velveteen wedge Shoes w/open toe (peep toe,) lucite type plastic vamp w/red fabric flower in center. Wedge has a 4-1/2â€ť heel and is 1-3/4â€ť under vamp. Inner sole says: Sweet Step. No leather used on shoes because of WWII. DATE: 1940s.
9â€ť black boot styled Slippers, satin type fabric, w/wide tongue and and 3 black 1â€ť ribbon bows along upper; 1-1/2â€ť trim around upper opening and throat gives appearance of fur, could be crocheted; leather sole. DATE: Early 1900s.
Black velveteen backless Slippers with large pink rose on vamp and 2â€ť black elastic band across the throat that stretches behind the foot. Rubber sole. DATE: 1940s.
Flat pink satin quilted Slippers w/elastic back and white leather sole. Vamp decorated w/satiny pink and blue ribbon roses and green leaves. Says, â€śPaddies, venice - californiaâ€ť and has a Design Patent Number. Size 5-5-1/2-6.
Multi-colored satin boudoir Slippers. The top of the slipper is a 3â€ť ball created by looping together satin stripes in green, white, pink, red, blue, brown and white. Jerro, New York, Oâ€™Connor and Goldberg, Chicago, New York; 1/2â€ť gold emblem reads: loveliness, beauty and charm quality. 3â€ť heel. DATE: 1940s.
Satiny blue quilted Slippers w/2â€ť fabric heel, slightly curved fabric heel, and round toe; sides have winglike flaps across entire throat; flaps covered w/lace w/embroidered pink, yellow, blue and green flowers over the lace, trimmed in blue; folded down tongue of same fabric over the vamp. Bottom of sole soft suede like leather. DATE: 1900 to 1915.
Deep red quilted silk satin slipper/shoes with fur trim and green and white checked flannel lining have a pointed toe and a low Louis heel. The heel is in the same silk satin fabric but not quilted. A very similar pair can be seen in the 1897 Sears & Roebuck Catalog, page 214. Ad says, â€śLadiesâ€™ Fine Felt Nullifier, Fur Trimmed,â€ť and shows a picture of the slippers, the text reads â€śNo.3909...This shoe is trimmed with a very fine, soft fur, flannel lined, and being cut high in front and behind protects the ankles from the cold air: is very soft, light and comfortable and will give good service...Price per pair, $1.15. A $1.75 Slipper for $1.15.â€ť Although it is called a slipper, it was probably worn outdoors as an evening shoe in the winter. DATE: Circa 1897.