Shoes


New shoes for the Renaissance Faire

Richard contacted us for a slipper to finish off his new costume and chose parts from several shoes that we had already made. We merged the parts and came up with this slipper. They go beautifully with the fantastic costume that Richard had made and we are thrilled to be part of his work.


16th Century Woman’s Slipper

We were asked for a middle class slipper for a Renaissance fair merchant that would be comfortable at the outdoor event that she worked. She wanted a modified Mary Jane with the tongue and high sides to keep the dirt out of her shoes. To keep the strap from working it’s way under the tongue…


1920s Slipper Finished

Finished. delivered and road tested. Or actually dance tested. The flapper dance slipper that we had commissioned late summer was finished and delivered in time for all the holiday parties. The challenge was to re-create the period heel and mold it. It took numerous tried to get just the right angle that would mesh with…


Turkish Slipper for Yale Production

Panatlone, one of the characters in Yale University’s spring production isĀ  middle eastern inspired. The shoe was to be a pointed slipper with a gentle upward swoop. Good in theory but not in execution. The result of adding the point to the front of a man’s shoe would have looked better coming out of a…