The Twenty-First Dynasty was the “late dynasty period” of ancient Egypt. During this period, there were very few artistic activities in ancient Egypt, but the metal craftsmanship in this period has made considerable achievements. “Golden slippers” is one of the outstanding representatives. It is made of pure gold with a length of 23.5 cm. It has a novel design and is quite modern. The craftsmanship is quite delicate, which is thin and cute. The sole is also engraved with circular patterns, making it more exquisite and unique, and at the same time injecting a touch of warmth into this cold metal handicraft. It is a fine product of the gold craftsmanship of the Twenty Dynasty.
American inventor Doug Wick invented a “lighting slippers.” It can automatically illuminate the space in the range of 6 meters to 7 meters ahead of travel in a dark environment, eliminating the trouble of people who frequently wake up in the dark to fumble forward in the dark. The front end of this new type of slippers is equipped with a small light bulb. When the built-in sensor “perceives” the dark environment or someone wears it, it will automatically light up the light bulb to illuminate the front. With thoughtful designs such as replacing the lithium battery and delaying lights off, this “lighting slippers” priced at about $40 uses simple principles to solve the troubles of patients or night watchmen who must frequently wake up in the dark, and is very popular with consumers.