Vintage Leather Ballet Shoes, 1950's Antique Shoes, Children Clothing, Size 13 1/2, Great For Display, Leather Bottom, Black - New Arrivals

Fabulous Pair of Vintage Ballet Shoes.I absolutely love these shoes because they are vintage and they show their wear!! They can be polished, but I prefer the worn Shaby Chic look. They have such character. Black vintage ballet shoes are hard to find. They would be a lot of fun to display in a child's room or put them in a show case.... If you love antiques with character, well these are loaded with stories!!!Please see our other Antique Items:

Robert M. Pirsig, 88. His philosophical novel “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance” became a million-selling classic and cultural touchstone after more than 100 publishers turned it down. April 24. Jonathan Demme, 73. The eclectic, ever-enthusiastic filmmaker behind the Oscar winners “The Silence of the Lambs” and “Philadelphia,” and the director of one of the most seminal concert films ever made, the Talking Heads’ “Stop Making Sense.” April 26.

Leo K, Thorsness, 85, The retired Air Force colonel was a highly decorated Vietnam War pilot who was shot down and held for six years at the notorious “Hanoi Hilton” prisoner camp, where he shared a vintage leather ballet shoes, 1950's antique shoes, children clothing, size 13 1/2, great for display, leather bottom, black cell with U.S, Sen, John McCain, May 4, Allan H, Meltzer, 89, A distinguished economist and one of the country’s leading experts on the Federal Reserve, May 8, Powers Boothe, 68, The character actor known for his villain roles in TV’s “Deadwood,” and in the movies “Tombstone,” “Sin City” and “The Avengers.” May 14..

Oleg Vidov, 73. A matinee idol in the Soviet Union who defected to the United States at the height of the Cold War and then enjoyed a long film and TV career in Hollywood. May 15. Chris Cornell, 52. A rocker who gained fame as the lead singer of the bands Soundgarden and Audioslave and was one of the leading voices of the 1990s grunge movement. May 17. Suspected suicide. Roger Ailes, 77. He transformed TV news by creating Fox News Channel, only to be ousted at the height of his reign for alleged sexual harassment. May 18.

Reema Lagoo, 59, The Bollywood actress was the ever-smiling screen mother to some of India’s top actors, May 18, Cardiac arrest, Stanislav Petrov, 77, A former Soviet military officer known in the West as “the man who saved the world” for his role in averting a nuclear war over a false missile warning at the height of the Cold vintage leather ballet shoes, 1950's antique shoes, children clothing, size 13 1/2, great for display, leather bottom, black War, May 19, Dina Merrill, 93, The rebellious heiress who defied her super-rich parents to become a movie star, often portraying stylish wives or “the other woman.” May 22..

Roger Moore, 89. The suavely insouciant star of seven James Bond films. May 23. Cortez Kennedy, 48. The Hall of Fame defensive tackle was a dominating force for the Seattle Seahawks in the 1990s. May 23. Laura Biagiotti, 73. An Italian fashion designer who conquered global markets with her soft, loose women’s clothes and luxurious knits that won her the nickname “Queen of Cashmere.” May 26. Jim Bunning, 85. A Hall of Fame pitcher who went on to serve in Congress. May 26. Gregg Allman, 69. A music legend whose bluesy vocals and soulful touch on the Hammond B-3 organ helped propel The Allman Brothers Band to superstardom and spawn Southern rock. May 27. Cancer.

Manuel Noriega, 83, A former Panamanian dictator and onetime U.S, ally who was ousted as Panama’s dictator by an American invasion in 1989, May 29, Jim Piersall, 87, A former major leaguer who bared his soul about his struggles with mental illness in his book “Fear Strikes Out.” June 3, Peter Sallis, 96, A British actor who played irrepressible, cheese-loving vintage leather ballet shoes, 1950's antique shoes, children clothing, size 13 1/2, great for display, leather bottom, black inventor Wallace in the “Wallace and Gromit” cartoons, June 2, Roger Smith, 84, He brought glamour to the TV detective genre as a hip private eye on “77 Sunset Strip.” June 4..

Adnan Khashoggi, 81. A Saudi arms dealer who was once one of the world’s richest men and was implicated in the Iran-Contra affair. June 6. Glenne Headly, 62. An early member of the acclaimed Steppenwolf Theatre Company who went on to star in films and on TV. June 8. Adam West, 88. His straight-faced portrayal of Batman in a campy 1960s TV series lifted the tight-clad Caped Crusader into the national consciousness. June 9. Jerry Nelson, 73. An astronomer who designed advanced telescopes that help scientists glimpse far reaches of the universe. June 10.

Bill Dana, 92, A comedy writer and performer who won stardom in the 1950s and ’60s with his character Jose Jimenez, June 15, Helmut Kohl, 87, The physically imposing German chancellor whose reunification of a nation vintage leather ballet shoes, 1950's antique shoes, children clothing, size 13 1/2, great for display, leather bottom, black divided by the Cold War put Germany at the heart of a united Europe, June 16, Otto Warmbier, 22, An American college student who was released by North Korea in a coma after almost a year and a half in captivity, June 19, Carla Fendi, 79, One of the five sisters who transformed the family leather goods business into a global luxury fashion house long known for its furs, June 19..

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