Actually, I think it's quite possible that Lobb St James are the most common of bespoke shoes; they have the name and have been cranking them out for decades. I have several pair, some of which are very beautiful (in particular, an amazing pair of long wingtip brogues with perhaps the finest waist I have seen this side of Sig. Suzuki), while others are merely nice (e.g. a pair of brown double-soled scotch grain brogues). Actually, the most interesting pair of Lobb shoes I have is an old pair of Jodphur boots I wear for gardening which bear the stamp of both the London and Paris locations.
centipede has an interesting selection on his site:http://centipede.web.fc2.com