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- You International Trade Company
- Phone: +8615392181228
- E-mail: email@example.com
We supply many kinds of shoes for adult and kids with OEM, including ballerians, sport shoes and casual shoes with OEM production.
Small quantity are available, and we will update styles for wholesale and retail every week.
Our service team will reply you within 24 hours.
1. products Introduction of the pretty ballerinas
Ballerina shoes combined in black/gold/grey leather and glitter for girls
Black combined ballerinas in leather and glitter.
Rounded toecap and elastic in the rim for a better grip.
Upper in leather +1 component.
Lining and insole in textile
2. Products Specification
Place of Original
Jinjiang City, China (Mainland)
Gold, navy, gray
1,200 pairs for each color, 2 to 3 colors per style
Upper: leather with glitter
24-36 (EU SIZE)
Spring, Summer and Autumn
3. Product pictures
4. Products Package
Following your requirement, common packing detail are as below
5. Production, Shipment and Delivery
6. Our Service
Step1: Research and development
Step2: Customized offer
Step3: Product approval/Sending and confirmation of proforma
Stpe4: Follow-up of production/Packing/Test report
Step5: Inspection/Shipment Organization
Step6: Document sending/Payment of supplier
Step7: After sales follow-up
7. Factory Profile
8. Our Partner and market
FILA, GEOX, LOTTO, DOCKERS, DIADORA, DISNEY, TRASLUZ, El Corte Inglés, etc
South American: 20%
Mid East: 20%
South African: 15%
Q1: How can I get some samples ?
We are honored to offer you samples if you find the styles you are interested in or send us your own designs.
Q2: Do you accept OEM or ODM service?
Yes. We welcome OEM and ODM service, also supply customized shoes according to customer's drawing.
Q3: Can I visit your factory?
Sure, welcome to visit our factory anytime. We can pick you up in Jinjiang Airport, or Jingjiang/Quanzhou railway station.
10. History of the ballet, part one
Ballet is a formalized form of dance with its origins in the Italian Renaissance courts of the 15th and 16th centuries. Ballet spread from Italy to France with the help of Catherine de' Medici, where ballet developed even further under her aristocratic influence. An early example of Catherine's development of ballet is through 'Le Paradis d' Amour', a piece of work presented at her daughter's wedding, Marguerite de Valois to Henry of Navarre. Aristocratic money was responsible for the initial stages of development in 'court ballet', as it was royal money that dictated the ideas, literature and music used in ballets that were created to primarily entertain the aristocrats of the time. The first formal 'court ballet' ever recognized was staged in 1573, 'Ballet des Polonais'. In true form of royal entertainment, 'Ballet des Polonais' was commissioned by Catherine de' Medici to honor the Polish ambassadors who were visiting Paris upon the accession of Henry of Anjou to the throne of Poland. In 1581, Catherine de' Medici commissioned another court ballet, Ballet Comique de la Reine, however it was her compatriot, Balthasar de Beaujoyeulx, who organized the ballet. Catherine de' Medici and Balthasar de Beaujoyeulx were responsible for presenting the first court ballet ever to apply the principles of Baif's Academie, by integrating poetry, dance, music and set design to convey a unified dramatic storyline. Moreover, the early organization and development of 'court ballet' was funded by, influenced by and produced by the aristocrats of the time, fulfilling both their personal entertainment and political propaganda needs.