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Fairmount, Paris, France


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Finsbury, Paris, France


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Edward Green, Paris, France


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Please advise. My pictures are showing up as thumbnails.
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Facconable Artisans made in Italy, Purchased at Nordstrom in the USA. [IMG][/IMG]
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I don't understand - what is the location supposed to indicate? It's certainly not where they were made.
post #37 of 160
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Originally Posted by RJman
So you basically are posting pictures from souliers.net's shoe photo archive, one at a time...

No - there's one change... ", Paris, France" is added after each brand. for some reason...
post #38 of 160
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Santoni, Paris France.




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Gerard Senè, Galuchat shoes, Paris, France

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Stefanobi, Paris, France



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Originally Posted by Georges5
Gerard Senè, Galuchat shoes, Paris, France
That's "stingray" in English. Why are you putting Paris, France after each shoe name? And does the souliers moderator know you are doing this?
post #42 of 160
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Hi RJman,


- all these nice shoes "live" in Paris [France]
- all these beauty are send here with the thanks of Martin, webmaster of www.souliers.net , Paris France


With my best regards.

G.



PS Galuchat is the good term ......Stingray is the animal.....but the skin of a stingray used for leather arts is named Galuchat all around the world.
post #43 of 160
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Originally Posted by Georges5
PS Galuchat is the good term ......Stingway is the animal.....but the skin of a stingway used for leather arts is named Galuchat all around the world.
No, shagreen is the term used in English. Technically, stingray was not the original leather used in shagreen (galuchat), but a treated shark (and even farther back, specially prepared horse's or donkey's hide) (aka chagrin).

However, in recent years most shagreen (galuchat) is stingray, as those shoes most certainly are. Galuchat is not a term used in English.
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Weston, Paris, France


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Kenneth Cole, Long Island, New York


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