18th Century Women’s Shoe – Decorative Buckle
This shoe model IS INSPIRED BY THE 18th CENTURY. The buckle on this model is purely decorative, and the shoe straps will always be crossed, NEVER STRAIGHT, as they would be in footwear where the buckle serves as the closure, like our Sil.la model.
The manufacturing time is approximately around 20 days, but it may vary depending on our craftsman’s workload. Please check the deadlines before making your purchase!
- Exterior Finish: Exterior Fabric NOT included. You can send us your fabric or purchase fabric from our stock.
- 100% leather lining.
- Anti-impact cushioned insole.
- Ergonomic last.
- SYNTHETIC sole.
- Exclusive heel from anacronicos.com.
- Manufactured and designed entirely in Spain.
- Terms of purchase for our custom footwear
Customized models CANNOT BE EXCHANGED OR RETURNED. If you have any doubts about your shoe size or the color you need, please request our guidance. If you’re unsure about the leather color, we can send you samples.
However, once the order is confirmed and put into production, WE CANNOT CHANGE OR REFUND THE AMOUNT PAID. These conditions apply only to these models. The rest of our catalog’s footwear can be exchanged or returned as long as they are received in perfect condition.
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We exclusively manufacture our shoes in the Valencian Community (Spain). We seek quality, durability, and comfort to dress in the past.
Perfection doesn’t exist, but we strive for it. We pay attention to every detail using the best raw materials.
We work with high-quality leather of Spanish origin, sourced from animals intended for meat consumption (animals are not killed for their leather). We obtain our leather in Spain from suppliers that use non-toxic alternative tanning methods and provide us with a chrome-free product. We only accept leather from animals raised for the meat industry, a byproduct of the food industry.
Our footwear may have minor imperfections or slight color variations due to irregularities in the animal’s own hide. If the imperfection is minimal and does not alter the final appearance of the product, we use it, as otherwise, we would be misusing natural resources.
Our leather shoes have a very long lifespan; they can be dyed, moisturized, repaired by adding caps, and resoled. Natural materials do not lose their properties over time and can be easily reconditioned. We are Anacronicos, and we do not want perishable products! Take good care of your new shoes, and they will accompany you for many, many years. Leather is that appreciative!