Depending on tradition, Samael can be a fallen angel or he can be seen as an angel who is still loyal to divine law but enforces the darker side of faith (in either form he can be considered an alter-ego of Satan or a unique entity in his own right). He could be the embodiment of corruption and amorality. A trait of Samael different from Satan is that even when depicted as a fallen angel he is said to be under the command of God - as opposed to being a direct enemy.
Silk evening slippers with fly fringe trim, British, 1845-65. Ladies' shoes of the mid 19th century are often very plain, as the long skirts of the period seldom afforded much attention to the details of the feet. Trim, if any, tended to be focused at the toe, which might have occasion to peek out beneath the hem. The fringe trim on this pair of slippers is thus somewhat unusual. Likewise, the toe seen here is more rounded than one typically finds.
Vivien Leigh - Gone with the wind--I was young enough (and unlucky...to have seen this on television first) My mother saw it for the first time in the theatre. WHAT an experience. she told me. It was her first movie too.
Dino (or Monster) Feet: These Dino / Monster feet are sure to provide plenty of amusement. They are such a simple idea - foam sheets cut into dinosaur feet shapes that can be slipped over the child's foot. Decorate using sharpies, adhesive foam shapes, glue, glitter, buttons, feathers.... A fantastic project for a preschool class, a dinosaur party or for pretend play on a rainy day. As seen on Broogly: a great source of fun, inspirational and educational projects for kids: www.broogly.com