|Starburst flapper shoe was designed in 1922-25 by|
Dutch shoe designer, Th. J de Bont
|Circa 1905 strap shoe that evolved to what we know today as Mary Janes!|
|1960's vinyl go-go boots with a fun Mondrian-like design|
|Fabulous studded green suede platforms from 1940's|
|Fabulous 1940's orange pumps with that famous matching handbag!!!|
|1950's Spring-o-later mules with lucite and rhinestones|
|These 1970's killer platforms have 3" platform which |
makes the heel go to 6"!!!
|This contemporary looking shoe was actually|
made in 1900 by the Laird-Schober Company
|1910 Victorian era Carriage boot|
beige velvet and fur
|1927 silk embroidered pump by French shoe designer|
Greco in Paris
|In 1938 Ferragamo designed this shoe made|
of cellophane and kid
|French shoe designer, Perugia designed this shoe in 1938!|
|These sweet peep toe wedge shoes are from the 1940's|
|1955 shoe made of dark green suede and silver kid was designed by |
Flordia shoe manufacturer, Gainsbourough
|Antique hand carved mother-of-pearl and wood|
shoes are from circa 1920's Cairo
|1920's hand embroidered silk slippers from China|
|Antique Amish Mennonite wool baby shoes|
|Antique Edwardian era funeral burial shoes|
|These cobalt silk dancing shoes were|
designed in the 1930's!
|Edwardian era dance shoes with Jet buttons|
have Louis XV heel!
|Early 1900's English walking shoes|
with the famous cuban heels!
|Probably one of the most famous of all shoes by Ferragamo!|
|Late 1920's to early 1930's is when this |
black suede shoe was worn!
|Vintage gold metallic leather dance shoe with rhinestone|
buckle was designed in about 1930 by Burch Shoes
in Eugene, Oregon
|These Victorian lace up boots were worn|
in early 1900's ... check out those fabulous
spool heels and pointy toes!