When were the first converse made?

Answer In 1908, Marquis Mills Converse opened the Converse Rubber Shoe Company. Within two years, the company was producing 4,000 shoes every day. In 1917, the Converse All Star, the world's first perform... Read More »

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How much were the first pair of converse tennis shoes?

Converse first opened its doors in 1908. In 1915 the company introduced the tennis shoe line, costing an average of $1 per pair. By 1957 the Chuck Taylor All-Stars were selling for $3.95 per pair.S... Read More »

When were sequins first made?

A sequins is usually a small, shiny piece of material used on clothing and accessories as a decoration. Gold sequins were being used in the Indus Valley as early as 2500 BC.References:"Bead and Se... Read More »

When were the first tapestries made?

The first tapestries were made during the Hellenistic era, which lasted between the 323rd and 31st centuries BC. The earliest surviving example of tapestry was found in the Tarim Basin; it dates fr... Read More »

When were digital TVs first made?

The General Instrument Corporation (GI) introduced the first digital TV system, designed by Korean-born engineer Woo Paik, in June 1990. Later that same year, the David Sarnoff Research Center (for... Read More »