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  • Susan Quenon (aka Lady Constance)

    Edwardian shoes, ca. 1900, Hook, Knowles & Co. - London. Leather lined with leather and satin, linen, wood and metal. V Collection. "This pair of women's shoes are of red leather laced with silk ribbons. They have a medium heel, pointed toe and punched leather decoration. The shoes are elegant but also practical. The style suggests that around 1900 women were gradually becoming more independent and needed shoes that were not simply decorative accessories." Victoria and Albert Collections.

  • Lyn Drabot

    In the 16th and 17th century in Europe the heels on a high heel shoe were always the color red.

  • Loretta Reifsnider

    Red Vintage Shoe

  • Danny Coronado

    Circa 1900 Red Shoes with a red bow! Love these. ( that what I call CLASS) www.b.louboutinishoesky.com Fashion high heels, fashion girls shoes and men shoes ,just here with $129 best price

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ummmm....can we say "high society"???

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