after this statement and with the week pound...
George Cleverley has several workrooms based in London, Kent, Cornwall & Northampton (all in England) where they make their RTW shoes. The demand/orders for their shoes cannot be made in just one workroom. It is true that they have a workroom at C&J, BUT, they are made COMPLETELY different and to a much high specification. They are made using Cleverley's craftsman, Cleverley's designs, Cleverley's selection of leathers, and most importantly, Cleverley's lasts. Cleverley's head pattern cutter, Mr. Dominic Casey, spends 3 days in their London workroom and 2 days in their workshop at C&J overseeing all production.
I hope this clears up any confusion about the topic of Cleverley RTW and Crockett and Jones.
...this is a very competitive offer.
imo, the last is less "curvy" than the 82 and the round toe(second from the bottom) reminds me strongly of the paprika.