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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
Thank you for your thoughts, Munky.According to Warmthcrafts Manufacture (Tannery Shinki's own brand), one out of 200 pieces is joined in the middle.http://blog.cordvan.com/wcm/2011/11/post-21.html
OK! Sales are discounted.http://www.aeroleatherclothing.com/products.php?cat=salerv&sub=sale
I couldn't find that. Would you quote?
Here is the same topichttp://www.styleforum.net/t/228153/the-official-shoe-care-thread-tutorials-photos-etc/6090#post_6449334and the different kinds of grain.http://www.sulfaro.com.au/faq/production-processeshttp://www.ilbisonte.com/eng/2013_la_vacchetta.phpSale@Aero Leather
I feel nobody can answer, because that is a similar question as “Who started a double layer of vamp with toe cap and quater with heel counter?” That strap would be a reinforcement of correspondent shoes according to the above AD.http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2013/08/gaziano-girling-bespoke-new-adelaides.htmlHere is Manfield & Sons in 1935, which would be a collection of Northampton Museum & Art Gallery.http://centipede.web.fc2.com/CATALOG/OMAKE2/Index.html(The color...
Here are ADs. These seemed to be known as Ball Strap Oxfords.http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=3MpiAAAAIBAJ&sjid=mHgNAAAAIBAJ&pg=7005%2C2075169
As CTBrummie suggested, if Church's keeps the document as below, they can identify the date. http://uptowndandy.blogspot.com/2011/05/vintage-edward-green-for-paul-stuart.html Here are some pre-Prada's socks in chronological order. I haven't seen yours.
That may be in the early 90s.
"CHURCH&CO" on the first photo must be a very very old logo. They are probably before 1940s/1950s. Goodyear is an American company, so I think they were reheeled.
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