Pair of woman's shoes. Floral and paisley brocade with stylized people and elephants in red, green, and tan on an olive green background. Applied gold trim. T-strap style with center and side jeweled buckles. Rounded tapered toe. Curved 3" heel. Printed mark on inner sole: "SAKS - FIFTH AVENUE / Fenton / FOOTWEAR / FENTON 20." Price sticker on inner sole of right shoe: "Saks Fifth Avenue / 18.50." Handwritten inscription inside back of both shoes: "4B / S95152 SE1638 / Fenton 20." Stamped mark on sole of each: "HAND SEWN."
(Keywords: Fashion, Accessory, Twentieth Century, New York)
|Acquisition||Gift of Mrs. J. Olyphant|
|Ownership and History||These shoes came to the Staten Island Historical Society from Mrs. J. Olyphant of Todt Hill, Staten Island, who reported that they had belonged to Miss Harriet Hammond (1876-1974).|
|Subjects||Clothing & dress|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Clothing -- Footwear|
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