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post #106 of 120
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DW- thanks
Yr. Hmb. Svt. A glass with you, sir...
post #107 of 120
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...and a Holstein Schnitzel, what does a man need m o r e in life...

I'm honored.


- B
post #108 of 120
Amazing!
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Good to see you here, A!

And (belated) thanks to you Mark! I've cut out most all my web surfing in the past year, but I still like to check in on my lunch break from time to time and see what's up on the forum.
post #110 of 120
Thread Starter 
My Demter & Halmos creations so far: http://www.demeter-halmos.com/

Alt Wein monk on dead stock Freudenberg Burgundy box calf with Budapester style last:





Budapester (wing tip) monk on dead stock Freudenberg Black box calf with Budapester last





Mid-brown/orange suede wing tip monk on a squared a chiseled last





post #111 of 120
Ooooohhh . . . that suede . . . very nice.
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Ooooohhh . . . that suede . . . very nice.

+1
post #113 of 120
[quote=Michael Ay329;4509488]My Demter & Halmos creations so far: http://www.demeter-halmos.com/ Alt Wein monk on dead stock Freudenberg Burgundy box calf with Budapester style last: Price: Alt Wein Monk? They're magnificent.
post #114 of 120
if I take a trip to budapest.. is it possible to meet these shoemakers in person to buy some shoes?

i may be going out there this summer.
post #115 of 120
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if I take a trip to budapest.. is it possible to meet these shoemakers in person to buy some shoes?

i may be going out there this summer.

Do they also have RTW?
post #116 of 120
Thread Starter 
Price? Contact Gabor Halmos through the D&H website.

I am unaware of any currently available RTW stock

Contact Gabor if you plan on visiting Budapest and would like to visit the workshop...he lives in another nearby country...but travels back to his homeland often to conduct business.

The dead stock Freudenberg box calf leather, on both of my monks, rivals anything I've purchased from EG, Cleverley, Vass or G&G.

My next project is a Lazy budapester (sadly without faux lacing)
post #117 of 120
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LazyBudapester: I can live without the contrast shading of calf/suede...but am unsure if I like this brouged heel counter. My commission will be on dead stock black Freudenberg box calf with a double (or possible HAF sole) and 360 degrees Goyzer stitching/welt I like how the short wing cap displays the full beauty of the rounded Budapester last
post #118 of 120
I can't even imagine how versatile those shoes could be and in what situations they may be suitable.
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I can't even imagine how versatile those shoes could be and in what situations they may be suitable.

taking out the trash perhaps!
post #120 of 120
I haven't followed this thread for a while.... but it seems more and more interesting. and finally I know who is so mysterious...
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