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Black Ankle Strap with Crystals Shoe Christmas Ornament

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Price: $25.00 $12.50
Member Price: $22.50 $11.25

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Description

The Museums Black Ankle Strap with Crystals Shoe Christmas Ornament is based on a pair of fetching ballroom dance shoes made in 1951 in New York City. The originals, with a stylish asymmetrical vamp that continues around the ankle strap, are made of gold metallic leather and black velvet adorned with clear bezel-set rhinestones.

Cast resin. Hand painted and decorated. Includes a gold cord for hanging. 4''L x 1 1/4''W x 2 1/2''H.

  • Cast resin
  • Hand painted and decorated
  • Includes a gold cord for hanging
  • 4''L x 1 1/4''W x 2 1/2''H

Art History

Womens footwear has embraced more variations since 1900 than in the entire previous history of fashion. Balancing function and fantasy, the great designers of the 20th century created some of the most beautiful shoes ever made. Our carefully detailed shoe ornaments capture the character and grace of actual shoes in the collection of The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum.

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Description

The Museums Black Ankle Strap with Crystals Shoe Christmas Ornament is based on a pair of fetching ballroom dance shoes made in 1951 in New York City. The originals, with a stylish asymmetrical vamp that continues around the ankle strap, are made of gold metallic leather and black velvet adorned with clear bezel-set rhinestones.

Cast resin. Hand painted and decorated. Includes a gold cord for hanging. 4''L x 1 1/4''W x 2 1/2''H.





  • Cast resin
  • Hand painted and decorated
  • Includes a gold cord for hanging
  • 4''L x 1 1/4''W x 2 1/2''H




Art History

Womens footwear has embraced more variations since 1900 than in the entire previous history of fashion. Balancing function and fantasy, the great designers of the 20th century created some of the most beautiful shoes ever made. Our carefully detailed shoe ornaments capture the character and grace of actual shoes in the collection of The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum.


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