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Sale... were $75... reduced to move'm out.
Drop dead gorgeous.
Flawless, previously owned and worn.
Leather inside and out.
Shoes are a velvety, buttery suede.
The leather strips across the vamps are printed with a metallic gold,
pink, and blue french paisley design.

3 3/4" spike heels.
Original metal toe tips.
Original heel tips.

Billy Gosk, of New York.
Once upon a time, a manhattan boutique, long long ago.

Please zoom in on all the photos, so you can see the detail.

The shoes are marked vintage size 10 AA and should fit a current day 8.5 or 9.
They don't look as narrow as an AA typically is, in vintage shoes.
Please take note of my measurements below,
and compare them to a similar shoe you own, for a sure fit.

The bottom outer sole width, across the ball of the foot is 3 1/4"
Heel, is 3 3/4".
Insole length is 11 1/8", measured with a metal tape measure heel to tippy toe.
With heel up against a wall, heel to toe measurement along the side of the shoe, is 10 1/4"

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Killer Pumps 4" Heels 50's Vintage Black Paisley Print Striped Leather & Suede size 8.5 or 9 ish


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: leather, suede
  • Only ships within United States.
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