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Black heeled decollettè pumps with plateau size 6.5 with green wavy stripes on the top. Heels and plateau are leather covered, these shoes are pretty high, 3,5 inches with large heels.
These pumps come from the 70s and they were found in an old warehouse as all our models. They are unworn vintage made by an italian brand with high quality materials.

Are you looking for pumps? You can have a look at our section:

Upper: calf
Soles: leather
Year: 70s
Size: 6.5 (USA), 37 (ITA).
24 cm long (9.4 inches) inside sole.
9 cm (3.5 inch) heel.
Conditions: slightly chapped leather on the insole and on the leather covered sole

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Never bought shoes on line? Are you uncertain about the size?
No panic, we can help you to see if they can fit before you buy.
First of all you can see here the shoe size conversion:

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You can measure the insole top-to-heel length of some of your shoes (possibily similar styles) and compare it with that one we stated. You can use a flexible tape measure or sometimes it is already written on the boxes or on the labels.
If you are still uncertain feel free to contact us and get more information, we can measure the shoes in other point or explain you better how it wears since every model is different.
And after that if it fits and if you like it...you can even take it! :)

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The Misfortunes of Virtue, written by the Marquis de Sade