Edward Green Appreciation: Pictures, Info, and Where to Buy - Page 178
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Thanks I actually just got an email from someone that works with mark. At least I got that I wasn't getting ignored. Now hopefully my shoe situation gets squared away
Hi, if I have a chestnut antique coloured shoe and want to purchase some sahpire cream.
What colour cream should I get if I want to maintain the same colour? Would you say light brown?
And what colour would you get if you wanted to darken the shoe?
Any pics would be great - thanks
Hi, would anyone be able to advise? Thanks
I personally enquired about the 88 last in the Jermyn Street store some weeks ago, as it is an excellent fit for my low instep foot. The gentleman with whom I spoke had not heard of it and said it must be an old last. I suspect this means that the answer to your question is, unfortunately, no.
However, I do know that Foster & Son still use the 88 for some of their RTW range, e.g. the "Cavendish", which are made by Green. Therefore, it may be possible to source a MTO Dover 88 through Foster. I believe the price would be around £1,000.
I'd probably be in for that. Love the look of the dark oak/mink suede upper! Doubtful about burgundy, dunno what colour nightshade is.
The nightshade is the darker shade of burgundy.
On the other note
I am planning on organizing Galway group MTO on following specs
Last 202 or 64
Color : Mahogany country calf
Sole : Ridgeway with the storm welt.
Hmm, maybe if the other one falls thru. But I'm pretty set on the dark oak/mink calf model. I might do a personal MTO if no one else does it.
How does the 64 fit in comparison to the 202 and does it come in a G width?
Sounds interesting, depends on the final price. Both lasts are good for me.
I'm in the market or the shearling lining Galways, but could jump on your train as well.
PS Last group order via Leaves had very attractive price.
Note, online photos of both colors, I find, are too unreliable, so first hand testimonies would be much appreciated.