Vintage Gold Tone Shoe Collection Brooch With Textured Victorian, Ballet, Tennis Shoe And Accent Rhinestone! - On Sale

Put your dancing shoes on! Or your running shoes! Or your ballet shoes! Every one needs a pair of shoes for any occasion that might arise...well, this brooch has got you covered. From the Victorian side button shoes to the ballet point shoe this little line of shoes has you covered. The five different styles of shoes create a visually pleasing array of shoes that will catch the eyes of those who walk by. The wearer is sure to get many compliments. The large ballet toe shoe also features one large clear rhinestone on the top!This brooch would be a great gift for the girl who has a slight (or a HUGE) love of shoes! Come get it today before it gets away! Reference #778BPApproximate Size: 3" x 1" Clasp Type: Rollover Safety ClaspSignature: UnsignedCondition: Good Vintage condition, there is some patina on the brooch due to age (it is up to the buyer if they want to clean it). Please see photos for details. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.-Thank you for shopping with KittyOwlCollectables!KittyOwlCollectables Disclaimer:*Please read the following carefully prior to purchasing our merchandise. -All items are described as true to form as possible. We pride ourselves on our honesty when listing our items & customer satisfaction is our main concern.-When there is damage we try to list it and if possible provide a photo of damage. -All items are sold as is; we do not clean, shine, or otherwise “fix” items we list.-All items are “used” or “previously owned” unless specifically stated otherwise. -Colors in pictures may be a bit different than true colors due to lighting, pixelation, screen resolution, etc. -International shipping has a flat rate fee of $14.99-All jewelry items will be shipped in a small gift box. Books and other items will be wrapped and shipped in a box or envelope (depending on its size). -If there is an issue with your order please contact us ASAP and we will work with you to reach a resolution that is acceptable to all parties.

Danville Art & Wine Stroll: 6-9 p.m. April 26, Downtown Danville and Danville Livery. An evening of art appreciation, wine tasting, small bites, live music and trolley rides. $15-$35. Clayton Art and Wine Festival: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. April 28 and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 29, downtown Clayton. The festival offers a wide selection of offerings from California wineries and breweries. Also includes: Kiddieland and Teen Zone, live music and food court. Flashdash Photo Scavenger Hunt: 3:15-5:15 p.m. April 28, Bootup Ventures, 68 Willow Road, Menlo Park. This immersive game combines community landmarks, social media and plenty of fun as teams of up to four adults (21 and over) solve clues, photograph answers and post them to social media using the hashtag #flashdash18. Costumes are highly encouraged. Registration begins at 2 p.m. $30.

Paso Robles Wine Festival: May 17-20, various locations, More than 70 wineries in Paso Robles Downtown City Park will showcase their wines during the Grand Tasting, Live music, $25-$145,, Livermore Wine Country Downtown Street vintage gold tone shoe collection brooch with textured victorian, ballet, tennis shoe and accent rhinestone! Fair: 10 a.m.-6 p.m, May 19, 10 a.m.-5 p.m, May 20, downtown Livermore, Enjoy wine, craft brews, arts, crafts, shopping, dining and entertainment, Free,, Historic Old Grandview Ranch Fundraiser: 4-7 p.m, May 19, Saratoga, Enjoy sculpture gardens, art galleries, and food and wine pairings, Take bus at Saratoga High school to estate, $175-$200,

Lake County Wine Adventure: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. May 19-20, Lake County wine region. More than 25 wineries. Food, wine and fun. $25-$65. Call of the Sea Gala: 4-9 p.m. June 9, Bay Model Visitor Center, 2100 Bridgeway, Sausalito. Dockside tours of brigantine Matthew Turner and schooner Seaward. Buffet, silent and live auctions and live entertainment. $125. Winesong Weekend: Sept. 7-8, Mendocino Coast. Pinot Noir Celebration: Meet the Winemakers, 1-4 p.m. Sept. 7. Pinot noir tastings paired with hors d’oeuvres from the Little River Inn. Wine and Food Tasting in the Gardens, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 8. Enjoy samplings from wineries as well as beer, spirits, and ciders; plus bites from nearly 50 local and regional artisanal food purveyors, and musicians performing jazz, classical, blues, calypso and folk rock. Silent auction 11 a.m.-3 p.m., live auction, 2-5 p.m. Tickets go on sale April 1.

Fans looking for their regular music fix at the Hotel De Anza’s Hedley Club Lounge are out of luck, it seems, The popular, long-running Jazz Jam that filled the Hedley in downtown San Jose with smooth sounds on Wednesdays has been canceled — and no other live music appears to be scheduled for the venue in the near future, either, San Jose Jazz Executive Director Brendan Rawson said the Hedley Club had been a beautiful space for jazz for a long time and he expressed hope vintage gold tone shoe collection brooch with textured victorian, ballet, tennis shoe and accent rhinestone! that it would be again some time in the future, “However, it was never the room that made it great,” he said, “It was folks like Stephen Marley, Collette Lewis, Matt Beasley, John Worley, Morgan Slade, Oscar Pangilinan and the great staff at the Hedley that made it happen every week.”..

The Hotel De Anza has had a great deal of management turnover during the past year, and other musicians have said time slots and band pay had been reduced, and that there was almost no marketing of the acts. (Folks at the De Anza didn’t respond to my requests for comment about the Hedley Club issue.). On top of providing a great showcase for local musicians, the Jazz Jam was a real community crowd-pleaser, packing in audiences during Winter Fest and bringing in donations every year with its Holiday Toy Drive. And it certainly gave the Hedley Club an identity as a comfortable place to listen to jazz throughout the year. Where will those fans go now?.

Rawson says he’s confident we’ll see more activity popping up at other downtown venues, and I’ve heard there’s interest in finding the Jazz Jam a new home, “Sadly, I believe the Hotel De Anza is shooting themselves in the foot,” Rawson said, “I don’t know, maybe the cornhole games on the Palm Court Terrace are a bigger hit than I understand.”, CRISTO REY’S MARCH MADNESS: Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School had quite an event Thursday to open its new gym, the Valley Foundation Pavilion, The Rey of Hope scholarship event had a packed house with President Margaret vintage gold tone shoe collection brooch with textured victorian, ballet, tennis shoe and accent rhinestone! Higgins welcoming many of the school’s leading supporters, including Sue and John A, Sobrato, Mary Ellen and Michael E, Fox Sr., Helen and Eddie Owen, Molly Swenson,  Lisa Sobrato Sonsini and Matt Sonsini and John Vidovich..

The festivities included a performance by the school’s folkorico dance troupe and a showcase of other student activities. Of course, you can’t properly open a gym during March Madness without throwing in a little basketball. So a ritual “first shot” was taken in honor of B.J. Cassin, co-chair of Cristo Rey’s board of directors. It went in, of course, and that’s got to be good luck. GRAND OPENING FOR A GRAND BUILDING: The Palms restaurant has its grand opening planned Monday night in beautiful Coggeshall Mansion in Los Gatos. This is the latest eatery to occupy the historic manse on North Santa Cruz Avenue, following Palacio, Trevese and, of course, the beloved Chart House.

Monday’s festivities will include a ribbon-cutting at 5:30 p.m., followed by a reception inside the remodeled restaurant with hula dancers and Hawaiian music, Tickets, which can be bought at the door for $20, include a drink and a selection of appetizers from the restaurant’s Pacific Rim-inspired menu, A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association, LIONS ROAR FOR BRYAN STOW: Members of the Los Gatos Lions Club were decked out in their Giants gear Wednesday as they vintage gold tone shoe collection brooch with textured victorian, ballet, tennis shoe and accent rhinestone! hosted Bryan Stow and his caregiver parents, Ann and Dave Stow, at their meeting at the Los Gatos Lodge..

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