Here's a fabulous style of women's shoes from the 1930's. A pump, with wide strap, made of brown leather in a chocolate brown ripple design. An old stock pair, handwritten on the bottom, Annette Fashion Footwear. Four rows of decorative stitching embellishes the strap the vamp. It makes quite a statement. Also a statement, is the lovely shape of the brass buckle. Love it!
The 3" heel is in a shiny brown, as is the shoe strap. No sizing, maker etc on the inside. One wonders if they were strictly for display? Or actually to be sold?
Measurement: 10" in length. 2-3/4" across the ball of foot. They look small, and I would say, not for wearing but for display.
Although quite lovely, there is a flaw, as you notice from the photos. Evidently with the shoes on display for a period of time, the light has faded one side of one of the shoes. What can I say?