This beauty has swirly detail where leather meets tapestry around the aglets.
While this looks like it’s made from kid, it’s possible that what we’re seeing here is something I have seen called “glazed dongola”. Kid being the more expensive glove leather from a baby goat or lamb and dongola being leather from a sheep or goat that has been tanned to look like kidskin.The ad below from 1899 shows the heels of the day – short, curvy and leaving a slightly triangular footprint. I have seen this heel called a “wedge heel” or “medium opera heel” in catalogs of the period. The toes in this ad are more pointy than the shoe above – by 1900 the extreme pointiness started disappearing.