Made in the late 1940's or early 1950's by Norvic, Devonshire, these shoes are deadstock and come in their original box.
The style name is Ripple and the shoes are made from wonderfully soft navy blue suede and have a neat cut out in the side.
They have a neat heel and smart rounded toes, a great pair of classic court shoes which are good for day or evening wear.
These are labelled as a 4 but to ensure that they will fit you properly, please compare the measurements below to a similar pair you already own;
Length along the inner 9 1/8"
Widest point of the sole 3"
Heel height taken in the middle 2 1/4"
These are deadstock and come in their original box. The shoes are in very good condition with some slight marks from box storage and the inners are curling a little, but this isn't noticed when worn, and the inner heel, under the liner, has a foam insert to make them comfortable. The foam has perished over time and is crunchy - doesn't have any impact on wear. The box is in fair to good condition with some tears on the lid and scuffs - see photos.