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post #121 of 452
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Originally Posted by centipede
Hi! TimelessRider
Turning out!

Eiji Murata

Presider of Maison named "Main d'or".
("Main d'or" doesn't have WepPage. )
MEN'S EX: The World of High-End Shoes, Volume 2
He was published in the magazine.

He was learnt at the Esperanza shoe school,
and being the lecturer at the school now.

Esperanza shoe school Web
http://www.shoeschool.jp/
His Works
http://www.shoeschool.jp/gallery/works/008.html
Golden hands indeed - though the models on the shoeschool web site are not as nice as the half-brogues on the silverstream site. Thank you for finding out who made them.
post #122 of 452
Well well well... Raymond Massaro, legendary French bespoke shoemaker, now has a website:

http://massaro.fr
post #123 of 452
Those shoes are seriously so... French. I love it! Arg
post #124 of 452
http://centipede.web.fc2.com/otsukam5106.html

centipede has updated his sire with these cap toe oxfore from otsuka, very nicy i just love the simplicity of them
post #125 of 452
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Originally Posted by luk-cha
http://centipede.web.fc2.com/otsukam5106.html
centipede has updated his sire with these cap toe oxfore from otsuka, very nicy i just love the simplicity of them

Thank you for the introduction.
Needlework is very beautiful.
Though it doesn't so feel the charm in the last type(Width EE only)
However,I think that the cost performance is considerably high.
about 68000YEN
post #126 of 452
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Originally Posted by centipede
Thank you for the introduction.
Needlework is very beautiful.
Though it doesn't so feel the charm in the last type(Width EE only)
However,I think that the cost performance is considerably high.
about 68000YEN

sorry i beat you to it as i had a bit too much free tme over this weekend so i spent an hour or two on yours
post #127 of 452
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Originally Posted by luk-cha
sorry i beat you to it as i had a bit too much free tme over this weekend so i spent an hour or two on yours

Don't Worry!
post #128 of 452
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Originally Posted by iammatt
In the end I just didn't think they wre worth getting so I went with something else.
Wise choice. I think that most likely Stefano will end up needing to re-make my first pair. As such Stefano and others encourage a first-time client to select a fairly basic leather and shoe design since, even with "provas," the resulting first pair is not always without a problem major enough that it requires a redo. For this reason I'd think it a shame to risk wasting Russian reindeer, already scarce enough, on a first commission. And as already mentioned there's a steep upcharge for Russian reindeer.
post #129 of 452
Centipede, the Spigola monkey boots look really really nice.
post #130 of 452
Edit: Posted in wrong thread.
post #131 of 452
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Originally Posted by designprofessor
I want those Testoni's (#2)
Web site doesn't offer much. For those that own any, I'd appreciate any input on this style or endorsement /complaint of the maker.
Me to
post #132 of 452
NB: James Taylor & Sons has a new website with some nice bespoke examples featured.
post #133 of 452
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Originally Posted by RJman
Well well well... Raymond Massaro, legendary French bespoke shoemaker, now has a website:

http://massaro.fr

Is his shop close to Champs-Elysees?
post #134 of 452
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Originally Posted by fritzl
Is his shop close to Champs-Elysees?
Not too far, but further east.
post #135 of 452
http://centipede.web.fc2.com/rsgg2.html

new G&G chuka's just do die for!
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