Paying that much for someone else's bespoke sounds dumb
Enzo Bonafe gator boots as on the berlutis are around 1900 euros in Norway, as a special order. No bespoke fitting, but the rest is pretty much the same. (choice of design, colour, ...) I can understand the jump in price if bespoke for oneself, but buying someone elses bespoke (unless you´ve got identical feet) still sounds dumb
The highlighted portion is not a fair description IMO. All the garish and gaudy designs could be a demonstration of their capabilities. It is, after all, a bespoke service with designs heavily influenced by client inputs.
Maybe someone had experiences being rejected by Berluti for requesting a plain cap toe oxford design, due to reasons like "this is not our house style, go somewhere else".
The other master shoemaker (who also makes lasts) at Berluti is Jean-Michel Casalonga, who's also in his mid thirties and from what I know, a protege of Patrice Rock.
Not sure what Delos does, but maybe he's like Paul Wilson of JLP, working as a fitter?