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Thank you. The shoe lace seems to be dyed partially, so I believe the upper was redyed. I'm curious about the method.
Why is the tongue faded partially? If it isn't faded, how did you redye the upper without redyeing the white stitching?
AFAIK, Zug was Scottish tannery W & J Martin's trademark. Just like Nettleton's trademark Loafer, it is now a generic name.http://www.trademarkia.com/zug-wj-martin-72285033.htmlEngland tannery William Paul also made scotch grain leather and named it Beva.Here is a recipe for Zug and Beva.
Here is a catalogue. http://issuu.com/edwardgreen/docs/edward_green_catalogue
Thank you and sorry for my late reply. They seem to be Norwegian, not Veldtschoen.
Has anybody seen Norwegian by Edward Green? I haven't. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Uniquely-Rare-Sale-of-Unworn-THOMAS-ROGERSON-MENS-ENGLISH-LEATHER-SHOES-SIZE-8E-/131069955159?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWAX%3AIT&nma=true&si=U%252BO2%252F1Q9kEwAEDaI7hzGGGZe9e8%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc
Sorry!http://kokontrip.exblog.jp/21418994/
The buckles seem to be transplanted from Chrome Hearts^^
Unfortunately, only some leathers come from Lineapellehttp://tlf.jp/feature/561.php
The 89th Tokyo Leather Fair will be held for two days from tomorrow. This is free, but I feel there are few English speakers inside this fair.Here are pics of the 88th:Leather exhibitionDemonstration by curriersColumbus' booth: shoe care and leather dyeing lessonsJapan Institute of Leather Research's booth
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