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Originally Posted by viv2geo View Post
Last week I received, after what seemed like ages, my 2 new pairs of shoes I'd ordered from Silvestro (Benson's). Guess once you've placed an order for something nice, you get so excited and impatient that weeks seem like months

The shoes look awesome, and are very comfortable - nice fit. I especially love the Burgundy colour that Paolo managed to attain, not to mention the excellent workmanship and beautiful finish.

Few details about the shoes:
  • Shoe construction - Blake+Rapid
  • Calf leather
  • Hand coloured
I've attached below some pics of my latest addition to my recent addiction (shoes!). I think the pictures speak for themselves.

  • Model Pirandello in Burgundy
  • Model Macchiavelli 3 in Antique Yellow
I was very particular about the shade of Burgundy, and sent Paolo a picture with the colour I was looking for. All I can say is that I'm extremely pleased with the results. Excellent service too, I must add.

Don't think it'll be long before I place my next order, perhaps the model Petrarca in Antique Orange.


Website link: http://www.calzoleriasilvestro.com/


I am pleased to know you like our shoes and I hope you take care about them because they are so delicate and they need some cream and shoes tree.

P.S. I didn't think the model Petrarca liked very much. 2 o 3 people asked me information about it
post #873 of 20766
Mmorley,
trickers are nice,nice shoe trees too!!
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Originally Posted by forex View Post
Mmorley,
trickers are nice,nice shoe trees too!!

I really like the Tricker's shoe trees. They are cost prohibitive for me (unless lasted trees are available I stick with the cederville epic), but really a nice accessory.
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Thanks lads. Got the trees for 18 GBP at Pediwear.co.uk. They were shipping Tricker's with free cedar trees and I emailed them asking if they could instead ship the Tricker's shoe trees. Very happy that I did so, because they fit perfectly.
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That is an awesome deal MM!
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Originally Posted by MMorley View Post
Thanks lads. Got the trees for 18 GBP at Pediwear.co.uk. They were shipping Tricker's with free cedar trees and I emailed them asking if they could instead ship the Tricker's shoe trees. Very happy that I did so, because they fit perfectly.
Great looking shoes and a good deal on the trees.
post #878 of 20766
Trickers look very good.
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post
It very very good
Vass U?

Yes, they are U last.
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post
It very very good
Vass U?

are you sure the balance is not off???
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Originally Posted by greekgeek View Post
Very nice!



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Originally Posted by forex View Post
Mmorley,
trickers are nice,nice shoe trees too!!

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Originally Posted by nmprisons View Post
I really like the Tricker's shoe trees. They are cost prohibitive for me (unless lasted trees are available I stick with the cederville epic), but really a nice accessory.

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Originally Posted by nmprisons View Post
That is an awesome deal MM!

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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post
Great looking shoes and a good deal on the trees.

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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post
Trickers look very good.

Both look great, I agree about the trees.
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^Trickers is very underrated here. Both pairs are lovely.
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Originally Posted by luk-cha View Post
are you sure the balance is not off???

i was wondering this, too
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Originally Posted by silvestrosrl View Post
I am pleased to know you like our shoes and I hope you take care about them because they are so delicate and they need some cream and shoes tree. P.S. I didn't think the model Petrarca liked very much. 2 o 3 people asked me information about it
Paolo, besides shoes do you also make belts? I'd probably need two, to go with the Burgundy and Antique yellow coloured shoes. Burgundy - Model Pirandello Antique Yellow - Model Macchiavelli 3
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