Pkuila: Answer to question 1...all 3 pictured shoes are on the U last. The shoe's angle is what makes it look different...that is all Answer to question 2. Its the Vass Old English 2. I see no burnishing on this leather I own a variation of of the Old English 2 and feel it is Vass' most distinct design. http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...2&postcount=32
A few of mine that I was able to find with a quick search...
(Left to Right)
Italian Oxford (Sans Medallion), U Last, 6125 Cognac, Single Leather Sole
Wholecut, U Last, Cognac, Single Leather Sole w/ Natural Edge Dressing
Theresianer high boot w/ Medallion, Cognac Scotch Grain, F Last, Double Leather Sole
U Cap, U Last, 6125 Cognac, Single Leather Sole
Budapester, burgundy, F Last, Double Leather Sole
Vass Wholecut, Bordeaux Boxcalf, U Last
Vass Old English Semi Brogue Cap Toe F Last Dark Brown Suede
Vass 3 eyelet London Derby U Last Dark Brown Shell Cordovan
Vass U Last Budapest Oxford in Medium Brown Suede
Vass U Last Monk Starp with Medalion in Dark Brown Boxcalf
Vass U Last Old English II in Oxblood Boxcalf
Vass U last old English dark brown suede
Vass U last London Derby burgundy boxcalf
Vass U last chukka boot brown shell cordovan
Vass U last Oxford Medallion antic cognac
No... not yet - The ones here are usually not my size or I have been too late, or the ones on eBay are too boring or too much. Im anxiously waiting for my size to hit the sweet spot.
Why not just contact kolecho and get on his list to do a possible order next time he puts one together? That way you can be assured you get what the design, color and last you want. Plus he's a pleasure to deal with. Vass rules.