Jewelled heels, "In the there was a craze for women’s shoes to have lacquered heels covered with diamanté and paste. The shapely Louis heel or fashionable Cuban heel were also popular during this decade.
Deco shoes, Made from navy faille with cream colored stitching, the shoes have an amazing Deco stitching pattern on the toes and heels. An exemplar of Deco design, the stitching pattern transforms utilitarian shoes into an art statement.
Satin Tap Shoes ~ I have neither had tap lessons, nor owned a pair of tap shoes, however, who wouldn't like the clickety-clack sound of taps on the bottom of their shoes. The only exception would be the times you're wanting to sneek up on someone!
Women's Satin and Crepe Bar Shoes Pair of yellow satin and crepe bar shoes. Bar with pearl button over instep. Gilt brooch set with blue and red stones and crepe frill sewn on front (not professional probably theatrical trimming) Covered Louis heel.