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Cassoletta - Red

Pump heel 7 cm

Cassoletta - Red

Pump heel 7 cm

Regular price 215,00€
Regular price Sale price 215,00€

Cassoletta - Red

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Size Guide

The Cassoletta fits true to size. If you have wide feet, take a half size up.

35 2.5 4 34
36 3.5 5 35
36.5 4 5.5 35.5
37 4 5.5 36
37.5 4.5 6 36.5
38 5 6.5 37
38.5 5.5 7 37.5
39 5.5 7.5 38
39.5 6 7.5 38.5
40 6.5 8 39
41 7.5 9 40
42 8 9.5 41
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• Heel Height : 7 cm
• Red Quilted Leather
• Leather insole and outsole
• Manufacturing : Spain

Note: The leather may show some irregularities.

Who Am I?

I've dreamed of it for years. To be able to offer it to you. And now it's finally here, in the form I've been hoping and praying for: Cassoletta. This unusual pump is the forbidden fruit of long reflection, the fruit of delivering a delicious pump that will delight your figure and pay homage to your soul. Your graceful soul. The Cassoletta has a nice, straight, stable and hard 7-centimeter heel. So you can parade, run and twerk till you drop. What's more, this superb leather quilting is the result of new know-how acquired through the hard work and dedication of our Spanish workshops, who work to ensure your constant amazement.

Material and Care

The leather used by Patricia is of the highest quality, but like all fine materials, it requires a great deal of care. This is important if you want your shoes to be in excellent condition at all times. To care for leather, you need to nourish it with a generous greasy cream that will give it a wonderful complexion. Use a waterproofing cream rather than a spray, and avoid prolonged exposure to sun and water. If you want to give the colour a boost, you'll need to apply a coloured shoe polish. Your cobbler will certainly be able to help you with this. Make sure you remove the protective plastic from the soles before wearing your shoes, once you're sure you won't be returning them for a refund, and don't wait too long to have your soles fitted with a no slip pad by an experienced cobbler. Areas to avoid when wearing Patricia shoes: the Amazon, the Sahara, the Tundra, the Arctic Circle, punk concerts, shooting galleries, bowling alleys, the New York Marathon, the underground on strike days and extremist party meetings.


Get your Patricia Blanchet on your feet at the speed of light, thanks to our Colissimo service, or opt for an in-store pick-up for those of you in a hurry!

FREE in-store pick-up: come and collect your items immediately after placing your order from our store at 20 rue beaurepaire 75010 Paris.

Colissimo delivery to a pick-up point in mainland France: from 4.90€, free for orders over 300€. Your parcel will be delivered within approximately 48 hours to the pick-up point of your choice (choice of pick-up point after payment), for all orders placed before 1pm, Monday to Thursday. Orders placed on Fridays after 1pm will be dispatched the following Monday*.

Colissimo home delivery in mainland France: 9€ (+2€ per additional pair), your parcel is delivered within 48 hours directly to the address of your choice, for all orders placed before 1pm, Monday to Friday. Orders placed on Fridays after 1pm will be dispatched the following Monday*.

Colissimo delivery to a pick-up point in Europe: between 10€ and 16€ per pair ordered, depending on the destination country. Delivery time of approximately 3 to 8 days depending on the zone of destination. Pick-up point availability depends on the country and area of residence.

Colissimo home delivery Europe:between 10€ and 16€ per pair ordered, depending on the destination country. Delivery time of approximately 3 to 8 days depending on the zone of destination.

Colissimo International Outside Europe and French Overseas Departments and Territories: delivery time of approximately 5 to 30 days depending on the destination country - indicative time**. The price varies according to the destination of the order.

For any problems with your parcel to France, you can contact the Colissimo service at 3631. If your parcel is destined for a country other than France, please contact +33 810 821 821.

*Shipping times may be longer during holiday periods and sales.

** The times indicated may be extended beyond our control depending on the destination country and its sanitary or political situation.


If you change your mind, you can return your order within 14 days* to Patricia Blanchet 20 rue Beaurepaire 75010 Paris - France, following the instructions provided with your order.

• free of charge at our Paris boutique in the 10th arrondissement.

• by post: for orders from France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Spain and Portugal: by logging into your account or via the returns portal with your order number, you can make your return request and download a return label which will be deducted from your refund.

• by post for other countries: the return is at your charge, as is the choice of carrier. Please follow the instructions provided with the return form.

To find out more, please consult our return policy.
Still have questions? Contact our customer service by email contact@patriciablanchet.com or by phone +33 (0)1 42 02 35 85.

**The 14-day period is calculated from the date your order is received at home, or from the date it is made available at a relay point.


My mother quickly became emancipated. At sixteen, she packed up and left home.

Her parents were getting on her nerves, and she was tired of being beaten at every turn. Things were never right, and her father used his nerves and frustrations to destroy everything she loved. Leaving her Normandy home, she landed in Paris without a plan in mind. But she did remember that she had a distant cousin whom her parents forbade her to see. A bad seed, they said. Yet she had nowhere else to go. She took her one-franc coin, inserted it into the telephone slot.
Two months later, she was hanging out arm in arm with her cousin in all the bars of Saint-Germain. They had become inseparable, with every guy wanting to buy her a drink. Sometimes they took advantage. Sometimes they'd throw it back in their faces, because behind it lay dishonest propositions. Matzneff-like propositions.

My mother liked to have a good time, but she also knew her limits, so before she became an alcoholic, she left her cousin's studio for a little maid's room rented with money a distant aunt had given her for her 10th birthday. Not enough to last long, but at least the first fortnight. She'd have to make up for the rest.

She imagined herself as a lock keeper, but there were very few places available and none to fill at the time of her job search. Time was running out and her landlord threatened to throw her out if she didn't pay her dues.

Pressed for time, she took the first job that came her way, working in a Spanish inn on rue Amelot in the eleventh arrondissement. My mother was welcomed like a daughter by the owners, a couple of old Iberians who had fled Franco to come and cook good, comforting food in France. Their dishes were benevolent, prepared to make other exiles forget that they had been uprooted.
The restaurant was crowded, as many people sought refuge there in order to get a taste of Spain in their mouths. My mother served sangria, tapas and squid-ink tortillas until all hours of the morning, as they had also kept their southern schedules. They had late lunches and late dinners. Her dream was to take archaeology courses, but she couldn't manage both.

The restaurant took up a lot of her energy, but she needed the salary and the parental love they gave her. A choice had to be made.

A choice that became a necessity when the boss fell headfirst into a deep-fried dish, blinding her.

Patricia Blanchet
From that moment on, my mother also took charge of the stoves. She had a vague knowledge of the house specialties from serving them, but she also began to improvise and include traditional French dishes mixed with those on the menu.

She invented the Flammekueche Flamenca. A 'tarte flambée' with mussels instead of bacon. And above all, a cassolette of scallops. A dish that made her the darling of customers who already adored her as a waitress.

With this new string to her bow, she now had a harp in her hand and the entire clientele at her feet. So much so, in fact, that people soon began calling her mi pequeña Cassoletta. It was a crowning achievement for this young woman from Normandy, who had conquered Paris while dreaming of dusting off temples and pyramids.

Patricia Blanchet

This she did just a few years after leaving the catering trade to become the world's first amateur archaeologist, registered with UNESCO and the inspiration for the film A la Poursuite du Diamant Vert. So now you know why this beautiful, radiantly shaped pump is the sign of renewal for the prophetic brand you've come to cherish.

This beautiful true story deserves a little spicy accompaniment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5fLGWrHouk

Patricia Blanchet

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