Silver kid evening shoes, early 1930s
The rising hemlines of the 1920s focused attention on the exposed leg and foot. By the late 1920s, heels were higher, and cutwork over the toes was popular. These sexy evening shoes were the last word in style.
The shoes are fashioned from silver kid leather. They close on the sides with small buckles and are labeled "Compo/Form Fitting Combination Last."
The condition is very good. They are a bit scuffed and worn and are priced accordingly. In top condition, they could go for $650. There are no structural flaws.
They are are about size 7. The heels are 3" tall.