or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Nick A

Not certain here. All the sample shoes have had so much TLC with polish over the time that some of the colours are dificult to assess. The colour also looks different on each image. I believe it may be a very highly polished dark vintage Cedar looking at the tongue where it hasn't been polished. I will check and find out later.
Warwick. It's one of the new G&G images from their catalogue. Will be on my MTO page this week. There are 3 shots of each shoe. I'll show the other 2 Warwick images soon.
Finally I have Cordovan and Stingray on my MTO pages. Stingray in darker colours for now because Tony Gaziano tells me that these are usually easier to find than lighter or brighter colours and because of the clicking and closing with many styles being impossible with Stingray it is only offered for the wholecut models Sinatra and Cooper (Deco). Horween Shell Cordovan is offered in 5 colours held in stock by G&G and is available for all styles....
One of the most stunning shoes I've seen for a while. Dark Hatch Grain Bespoke Wholecut model...Simple but Stunning!
Not sure when these are available. I know G&G have a similar non deco model in their range which is only for Japan and I'm not certain about these. I'll let you know as soon as I know J.
Just doing this right now. Stingray and Cordovan first. Heres the first two. I hope they will be on line in 2 or 3 days time. I'll let you know on here and the G&G porn thread too.
Unfortunately I didn't see how Tony did it so I cant comment on his method. I was on holiday at the time. He told me that it took him ages to do it and it was a challenge. I personally think its so close to Vintage Rioja Calf that G&G would be reluctant to introduce this color to their range. However, if it was popular I'm sure something could be arranged in the future but it would be for G&G to decide. Here's another image of the same pair from my iPhone And here's the...
There was a sur charge of £100.00 for this due to the time involved to create the color. It's not an option yet because this one was the first trial for such a deep color on the Vintage Cherry crust leather. Above is an image of Vintage cherry calf before its antiqued and polished. G&G had to remove the polish that was originally applied and then create the darker finish.
New Posts  All Forums: