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post #16 of 188
holy moly. is that all of them? or are you going post your basement full of shoes next?
post #17 of 188
So I think this has to be a challange to see the shoe fairy's collection......come on Andrew do it
post #18 of 188
1. i love the cabinet. wish i still lived in the Far East - i would have this done in a heartbeat as well 2. i've completely overlooked the EG Churchill model. what a sleek looking shoe 3. i had no idea JL Chapel looked that awesome in suede great work amassing that wonderful collection!
post #19 of 188
Now that...is truly impressive.
10/10
Well done sir, and thank you for sharing.
post #20 of 188
Thread Starter 
Please do not take this the wrong way, but to clarify, my main cabinet holds a selection of 30 shoes which I can rotate every four to eight weeks or as I fancy. You might note that the Lobbs represent a range of years (the new, outlandish designs look better on your feet than in the catalog). I prefer to think that I am more organized -- some may say obsessive-compulsive -- than Andrew and I actually wear my shoes. I doubt that this suffices to bait Andrew, but let us try: I see your carpet and raise... See you at the Edward Green sale. Ray has already received this year's instructions.
post #21 of 188
btw...what size are you??
post #22 of 188
this is my dream....
post #23 of 188
I see I'm not the only one who does "Derby Thursdays"
post #24 of 188
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Originally Posted by SpringCleaning View Post

See you at the Edward Green sale. Ray has already received this year's instructions.

Just as an aside when is the sale ???
post #25 of 188
I think this guy just owned all of the regulars on this board.
post #26 of 188
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
I think this guy just owned all of the regulars on this board.

I just think you cant help be impressed with a collection like that , they just look lovely and especially housed in a wonderful piece of furniture.
post #27 of 188
Wonderful collection! I love the fact that you have such a wide variety. Well done.
post #28 of 188
wow, that is impressive in too many ways
post #29 of 188
Please tell me that angels start singing and lights shine down from heaven every time you open that cabinet, because that's the way i envision it in my head.
post #30 of 188
The force runs strong in you, Padwan!
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