These are so super rare it is not even true. Original 1970's Snakeskin platform shoes by Terry De Havilland who billed his Swinging London shop as "Cobblers to the World". A real piece of the 60's fashion love affair with all things British. You can just see them strutting down the King's Road in Chelsea. Double stacked platform with towering chunky heel. Patchwork snakeskin in pastel shades. Ankle straps.
Size: Not marked. I am guessing about a 6 but they are super narrow. These are such a museum piece I am not sure you would even want to wear them.
Condition: Very good vintage condtion. Most people wore their "Terry's" so much that the originals are pretty beat up on the few occasions you see them. These seem barely worn. There are areas discolored scales on the back of both shoes. I am sure these could be dyed back to the original yellow shade. There is some separation between the soles and footbed on each. Both of these flaws are due to aging rather than damage and I think would be correctable with the proper cobbler!
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