Size 6.5 1940s Black Suede Shoes with Asymmetric Fringe Design - Unworn 40s Terrific Open Toe Sandal - Swing Style 6 1/2 N 40's Deadstock
Terrific 1940s black sandals in a coy wartime style! These swing era 40s shoes have open toes and asymmetric design that's a mix of spectator broguing, loafer style fringe, and a saucy espadrille silhouette. They're supple suede with an ankle strap and 3 1/2-inch heel. Never worn deadstock!
Marked 6 1/2 N
Ball of Foot Width 2 5/8, Toe to Heel Length 9 3/8 Inches
' Gabriel / of / California ' stamped in gold to insole
Supple jet black suede, gray leather lining and insole, tan sueded leather soles
Beige & gray metal buckles on ankle strap with small elasticized panel at center back heel
Never worn and very wearable, the suede is supple and lovely, the insole has an old remnant of a price sticker (not sticky or tacky); the sides have a few scant impressions from sitting in storage, almost imperceptible; the metal buckles are discolored but look and feel sturdy
Clean with suede-specific products
Please Note: Shoe measurements are taken along the insole, and do not have any ease subtracted. To compare for fit, please measure a pair of shoes that fit you well (and are the same heel height). The numbers should match for best fit. Shoe soles may need to be scored before use.
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