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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post

Some pics of a pair of Cheaney Imperial Holyrood in Bronzed Espresso. More pictures and a review on the new English version of my blog.




I have always liked this shoe especially the colour. I wanted to buy a pair from that Irish bloke and never got around to it.
post #20192 of 20761
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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post
 

Some pics of a pair of Cheaney Imperial Holyrood in Bronzed Espresso. More pictures and a review on the new English version of my blog.

 

 

 

very beautiful shoes Jesper!!! The color is really beautiful my friend!! 

post #20193 of 20761
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Originally Posted by meister View Post


I have always liked this shoe especially the colour. I wanted to buy a pair from that Irish bloke and never got around to it.

 

 

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Originally Posted by benhour View Post
 

very beautiful shoes Jesper!!! The color is really beautiful my friend!! 

 

Thanks a lot guys!

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@j ingevaldsson

Very nice Jesper! Always learn something new reading your blog. You got any japanese shoes coming in? I feel like there's so much untapped potential since it's hard for most of us to access.
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@j ingevaldsson

Very nice Jesper! Always learn something new reading your blog. You got any japanese shoes coming in? I feel like there's so much untapped potential since it's hard for most of us to access.

 

Cheers! Actually I do, a MTO split toe derby from Hiro Yanagimachi is already ordered and will be picked up when I visit Japan in November. When there I will also place an order of a pair of semi bespoke full brogues from Yohei Fukuda. Will be buyer's guides with for example lots of pics from the making process published on the blog to both brands, similar to the ones I've made for the Swedish site for different manufacturers (those will be translated to the English site as well as time goes). 

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Cheaney's Imperial line is very underrated here on Styleforum. I wrote a piece on it a few years ago, and the leather and finishing was very good, fit very snug, price-quality deal excellent.
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Just finished a rehab project on the first of two pair of the famous late 1940s Edwin Clapp New Englanders spade captoes.

Thanks to isshinryu101 for securing these bad boys BTW. A black matching pair needed some more work internally.

The shoes were stripped back partially and then revivified with Cadillac cream and Pecards.

Then polished with Collonil Diamond crème (contains cedar oil) and then finished with Angelus wax.

Laces are originals!



Edited by meister - 8/22/15 at 7:07pm
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Oh man. How does isshie maintain a deep supply of great condition vintage shoes...
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Oh man. How does isshie maintain a deep supply of great condition vintage shoes...
Time machine
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Great work Meister, and lovely shoes!

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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Oh man. How does isshie maintain a deep supply of great condition vintage shoes...

...well, you know, he could tell you but then he'd have to kill you as well, and take all of your shoes. Pimpin' vintage shoes ain't easy.
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Maiden voyage. Any guesses?

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Moretti or Sassetti ?

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Enzo.
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You have the right country. 

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