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(HRoi - thanks)

 

Istered, I like your adelaides.  Congratulations. :)

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C&J Tetburys?

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Another new acquisition, absolutely marvelous in my opinion, but the flagship shoe is gonna be ready next week, prepare yourselves, it's gonna be legen-wait for it-dary! (Spoiler: It's going to be a double monk.)



good looking shoes, wear in good health, shoes are not center piece on the dining room table
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When I got them, worn maybe 2x. Now double that. Glad u like 'em!

nephew,
I do like them
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Carmina burgundy shell cordovan derby boots:

 

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Isshin, if you are ever selling some black captoe spade soles that fit me I'm buyin.

your size?
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Carmina burgundy shell cordovan derby boots:
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Originally Posted by IsteRed View Post

Another new acquisition, absolutely marvelous in my opinion, but the flagship shoe is gonna be ready next week, prepare yourselves, it's gonna be legen-wait for it-dary! (Spoiler: It's going to be a double monk.)


 

Fantastic shoes! Just curious, but does Armenia have many bespoke shoemakers and a good shoe culture? Read the comment above fom Meister.

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Fantastic shoes! Just curious, but does Armenia have many bespoke shoemakers and a good shoe culture? Read the comment above fom Meister.

Well, honestly no, Armenia was very famous for its shoemakers in past, but in post soviet time many of the good shoemakers left Armenia, and nowadays most of the people buy expensive but crappy "Italian" shoes. I really wish it wasn't like this and i could see more interesting shoes, not those black atrocities that everyone wears.
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Originally Posted by IsteRed View Post

Well, honestly no, Armenia was very famous for its shoemakers in past, but in post soviet time many of the good shoemakers left Armenia, and nowadays most of the people buy expensive but crappy "Italian" shoes. I really wish it wasn't like this and i could see more interesting shoes, not those black atrocities that everyone wears.

Is that medallion a Dracula like Bat? If so wrong country!
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Originally Posted by IsteRed View Post

Well, honestly no, Armenia was very famous for its shoemakers in past, but in post soviet time many of the good shoemakers left Armenia, and nowadays most of the people buy expensive but crappy "Italian" shoes. I really wish it wasn't like this and i could see more interesting shoes, not those black atrocities that everyone wears.

I see. And the lack of decent shoes on the majority of the population is something that almost every country is far too familiar with.
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Just arrived!

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Truly beautiful! The shoe trees confused me at first, but then I saw the sole which made it all clear. Is that Parisian museum?
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Isshin, if you are ever selling some black captoe spade soles that fit me I'm buyin.

your size?


Count me in: 41 - 41 1/2 bigstar[1].gif
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Is that medallion a Dracula like Bat? If so wrong country!

No, that's a flower, i got inspiration for it looking at old ornaments on one of Armenian churches smile.gif
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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post

I see. And the lack of decent shoes on the majority of the population is something that almost every country is far too familiar with.

Well, let's hope for better, because a few decades ago it was radically different.


BTW, as you brought it up, how do you like the medallion?
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