Original Vintage: Tan Leather Court Shoes by Brevie 'Kerrie'
Dating from 1940s
Inside Label: County Towners Kerrie Arc of Ease
Mark on Sole: GB
Length under side toe to back of heel 8 ½ “(21.5cm)
Length inside toe to back of heel 9 1/5 “(24 cm)
Width under side of widest part of sole 3 “(7.5 " cm)
Heel height: 2 3/8 “(6 cm)
The shoe is like a UK size 4 with a narrow fit.
Upper: Tan leather
Lining reverse of tan leather
Sole: Leather and hand stitched
Heel: 2 3/8” (6 cm) Stacked Heels with tips both of the heels are damaged probably age related although they both feel very solid, the left shoe has a crack on the inside and it has not gone through to the outside the right has a crack on the outside and it has not gone through to the inside, however the price reflects the condition.
Style 1940s handmade leather court shoes with low front and hand stitched design
Vintage Condition: Flawed Vintage - The heels are damaged please see photos
Vintage items are not new they date back to a particular era, some have survived in amazing condition, while others may show some signs of age but we feel they still deserve to make it into our collection. Therefore, we have listed our items into three Conditions:
1940's Tan Leather Shoes
Use leather shoe polish cream and store with shoes trees inside.