Coxton Shoe Co. Ltd | Made in circa 1925 | Men's shoe made by the Coxton Shoe Co. Ltd in Rushden England | Made of stitched, applied, and wheeled leather with cord laces | Oxford style of shoe which was the style of men's shoes in the 1920s & aimed at an American market because British footwear fashions in the 1920s were strictly brown and black.
SEQUINED FLAPPER DRESS, 1920s Black tulle, 1" vertical bands of pewter sequins w/ 2 rows of bugle beads between, beads & sequins in floral pattern near hem, sleeveless, V neck, B 34"-36", H 36"-40", L 44", (few trim losses) very good.
"Liberty & Co., which opened a branch store in Paris from 1889 to 1932, was known as the center of Japonism and subsequent Arts and Crafts movements in London. There were two types of labels used by Liberty & Co.: 'London and Paris' or 'London.' The 'Paris' label was attached to this dress. Paul Poiret also used the textile.” from Fashion: A History from the 18th to the 20th Century (book), by Taschen, via Happy Holliedays blog