For your vintage clothing accessory storage and display, a set of wire glove dryers and a pair of metal shoe trees.
The glove forms are almost 10-1/2 inches long not including the hook hangers at the top. There's a little wear to the galvanized finish between the fingers which looks darker and more noticeable in the photo than in reality.
The shoe trees or stretchers are aluminum with black painted tin or steel bars. They were used to keep shoes from creasing, shrinking, and losing their shape in the days when folks were not so apt to throw away their shoes and buy new at the first signs of wear. They're about 12 inches long and the flexible black metal bar bends to accommodate almost any size shoe.