Silver Slippers Finally Available for sale.

12 years ago 6
Posted in: Doll Accessories

Aren’t they beautiful?

This is the first accessory in Sterling Silver to become available for my Porcelain nude line. One of my new costumed dolls is already wearing a pair and they look, oh, so pretty.

I redesigned the structure of the shoe a little to accommodate for the weight of the metal and stay snugly on the foot. The slippers now have a decorative heel backing and a leather strap with a tiny, yet fully functional buckle on the side.

All is cast in solid, non-tarnishing Silver and finished by hand. Decorative Patina was applied to the surface to add contrast to the design and bring out the details. The pair weighs 12.5 grams or 0.43 oz and is light enough to be worn comfortably by the doll. They are $250 CND+shipping

Sometime next month i’ll have a pair 24k gold plated to see if i want to have it cast in solid gold. I might also cast a pair in bronze, for a darker finish. Anyway. I’ll do a full shoot of them in a couple of days and upload the pictures on the site, into the accessory category.

These lovely slippers are available for pre-order.

6 Responses

  1. angelitka says:

    that is indeed very elaborate and exquisite work!!!

  2. kit says:

    Those are stunning works of art! I can’t wait to see how the gold plate and copper turn out.

  3. Cloudy-Chan says:

    Those are very intricate, I would love to see some pointed or turned up toes also.

    with silver slippers being available for sale I hope the dolls will also be back on the market soon.

    how much will these slippers set customers back?

  4. Doreen says:

    Beautiful!! How can we pre-order?

  5. x says:

    Hello. I really love your work and you seem very nice……..but I’m very troubled by the Ebay auction for Lily that occured in January. Several bidders were willing to spend around $15000 but only one was willing to spend $40000. The person who inflated/shilled the price from 15 to 40 had no intention of winning the auction: the person had over 700 bid retractions in the previous six months. This seems sooo wrong….if the deal went through then the winner was scammed for $25000. I’m not saying that you had anything to do with it or have any knowledge about the circumstances but it just seems so wrong…..I guess if someone was willing to bid 40 and could afford to do so then “that is that” but shilling is simply wrong. Could you please shed any light whatsoever on the details of this auction? Thank You.

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