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^ Thanks, Leaves. So it doesn't look like this?

 

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Is that Lobb?  :drool:

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^ Thanks, Leaves. So it doesn't look like this?



No, at least not the prototype I made up for myself, check my Insta from June 24: http://instagram.com/patlof

Remember that there are several tanneries now doing Museum Calf. We offer it for both Carmina and Bonafé, but I don't think they source it from the same tannery.

We decided to make the model (the one on Inca in the Insta pic) up in mid-brown Museum Calf instead (should arrive in September) because the Burgundy MC was so dark you could barely see them marble effect.
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Is that Lobb?  :drool:

 

Yep. Not mine, just inspiration.

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^ Thanks, Leaves. So it doesn't look like this?


No, at least not the prototype I made up for myself, check my Insta from June 24: http://instagram.com/patlof

Remember that there are several tanneries now doing Museum Calf. We offer it for both Carmina and Bonafé, but I don't think they source it from the same tannery.

We decided to make the model (the one on Inca in the Insta pic) up in mid-brown Museum Calf instead (should arrive in September) because the Burgundy MC was so dark you could barely see them marble effect.

Wow, that is dark. I've casually followed the museum calf story and noted the significant differences among the tanneries. Do you know which one Carmina uses?

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No.8 shell Oscar last sunbathing in an unseasonably lovely UK summer. They are 7 months old and the patina on the shell is coming along beautifully.

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They have had a couple of coats of Saphir burgundy Cordovan cream in the 7 months I've had the pleasure of owning them. Otherwise a little drink of Reno now and again. Love 'em

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No, at least not the prototype I made up for myself, check my Insta from June 24: http://instagram.com/patlof

Remember that there are several tanneries now doing Museum Calf. We offer it for both Carmina and Bonafé, but I don't think they source it from the same tannery.

We decided to make the model (the one on Inca in the Insta pic) up in mid-brown Museum Calf instead (should arrive in September) because the Burgundy MC was so dark you could barely see them marble effect.


The plum museum calf by Carmina is indeed oxblood:confused:

 

I would rather stick with other shoe factories for museum calf for this first impression

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