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Daniel Green black satin shoes. Circa late 40s to early 50s. Fancy enough for formal evening wear, designed for comfort in the boudoir.

Features: Peep toe, ribbon detail, satin lining.
Labels: Daniel Green and 2A70.

Measurements (outside):
9.5" L
3.25" W
Heel: 1.75"

Excellent vintage condition, especially for 60+ years old! These have been worn very little. The footbeds have some light marks, but there are no significant imperfections.

The estimated size is a modern size 7 narrow, but please see measurements and determine fit according to your actual foot size. Enlarge photos to best view details.

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Vintage Daniel Green Shoes Black Satin Peep Toe Slippers 1940s Size 7


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: satin
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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