Can you imagine dancing the night away in a pair of silk satin shoes with celluloid and rhinestone heels?
Strappy 1920's Spanish heel shoes in black moiré silk with gold piping and amber paste encrusted buckles. These stylish vintage shoes have D-shaped cutwork sides piped in gold, separate gold leather belts that draw the uppers together and 2 1/2-inch heels. Stamped "Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, Made With Narrow Heel"
Court style steel gray silk shoes, embroidered with gold cord, sequins and coral beads. Labeled I. Miller, Gallery. Israel Miller began his shoe career in New York designing and making shoes for the theater, after opening his own shop he worked with shoe artists abroad to stock his I. Miller shoe salon with unique fashion statement shoes. From the 1920s, marked on the bottom D. Sevastakis, Greece, these were custom made for I. Miller.
1920's lime green silk faille ankle strap D'Osray style shoes with silver and gold straps and trim, rhinestone encrusted silver-tone buckles and 2 3/4-inch heels. Always stylish and elegant, the open-sided D'Osray style is particularly well-suited to Roaring 20's designs, as-is the striking combination of lime green silk with silver and gold leather. These shoes are stamped "Hochschil & Kohn Com Baltimore's Best Store"
Circa 1920 black silk evening or dress shoes are an elegant mix of late teens and early 20s features: An elongated toe, but with a curvy Louis heel and beaded Mary Jane strap. The ½" wide strap fastens with a grey mother button, and are decorated in a foliate motif with faceted jet glass beads. Typical of dress shoes in this period, the silk fabric covers a leather base except for the pointed toe, which is backed in a sturdy white faille. Shoe sole and sockliner are both black leather.
Outstanding pair of Wolock & Bauer Art Deco t-strap evening shoes in black silk and black silk faille with gold piping and fabulous black and white, rhinestone encrusted boulevard heels. Wolock & Bauer was a very highly regarded Chicago shoe store known for its high-style, superb quality shoes, particularly during the 1920's and 30's.