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I have no objection to the models Sky Valet carried. Models like the Dover, Chelsea, and Belgravia, while more conservative, are hardly boring, IMO. Perhaps those who object to such an inventory are looking for models like blue boots or olive boots (Unipair) or Berry or Clove Suede (Axels). Different strokes for different folks, I guess.
agreed.
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Sky Valet is clearing most of their EGs at $875, is that considered a low price for a pair of Beaulieus in Dark Oak?
good price if they have it and you want it now. otherwise, the options for discounted EGs are drying up like a well.
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Turnaround at EG seems to run 4-5 months.

I don't know about that, I ordered a MTO pair of Shannon's back in February, 8 months ago, still no sign of them.
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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

I have no objection to the models Sky Valet carried. Models like the Dover, Chelsea, and Belgravia, while more conservative, are hardly boring, IMO. Perhaps those who object to such an inventory are looking for models like blue boots or olive boots (Unipair) or Berry or Clove Suede (Axels). Different strokes for different folks, I guess.

youre right. thats exactly what we want. just look in this very thread over the past 3 days:
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Here is the picture of the Monmouth I picked up for myself.

Rosewood Country Calf, beautiful colour


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I will take some picture's and list a pair tomorrow at cost plus postage.(Galway Dark Oak/Mink Suede in Size 9.5E 82 last )
First to pay can have them have them

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I have listed a pair of my conniston shoes for sale , please do have a look , I have not worn these for a while, someone can make better use of them. They will remain here for a week before I list them on e-bay. Size is UK 8 on the F606 last.

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Very close to what I have in mind.

Dark Oak Antique body with (Dark Oak or Edwardian) Facing & Mink Suede Shaft.
HAF sole
82
With Andrew Type perforation





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Originally Posted by ap10046 View Post

These please..
I'm ready for the deposit.


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I am going to get a pair of Galway in Edwardian.  But Shannon in Edwardian is nice too facepalm.gif
What about shaft mod, suede?

I don't know if we have enough interest for 6 identical Shannon...

ap10046, those are nice too but I want to stick with 82.

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Originally Posted by Alan K C View Post

You mean their catalogue?

http://issuu.com/edwardgreen/docs/edward_green_catalogue



We are talking about MTO Shannon with 888.

How about this Shannon MTO:
Edwardian Antique body with Edwardian Facing & matching Coffee Suede Shaft.
HAF sole
82
With Andrew Type perforation(?)


Pics:  Manton but w/ 606










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Finally managed to post a pic of my new boots

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I wanted to add my scores

Galway-Dark Oak and Moccha Suede



Fawsley-Purple Radica- looks black



Asquith-Antique Cloud


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Also anybody stocking the Alderley? Bought a pair half size small and really would like a pair but nobody ever seems to have it. Would be open to a group MTO as well.


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very nice Gyasih. Also love the alderley stevent. Recently picked up the Asquith myself from a fellow SF'er:


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Harrogates today. Fall colors.

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Speaking of Shannons, wearing my pair today in rainy MI:
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Uni, do you have a sample of "lavagne" and how close is it to the the color of those in my pic?

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Galways? It takes absolutely no prompting at all for me to trot out this pic. biggrin.gif

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I think we each own half of a perfect two-boot set.

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This ones for you Patek:


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Hello!

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Mine

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Just picked up a pair of EG Harrogate spectators.




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Inspired by stitchy - my Galways in midnight blue and navy suede beside my daughters' footwear from Pediped and Converse.

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One of three incoming (606)



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After my Galways get here, I will be placing another order. I was considering the malvern or inverness in chameleon like the make up above. The pics I've seen have varied greatly. Is the color generally closer to the color above or the more greenish hues I have seen posted lately?
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Great collection! I really have to say EG's burgundy is a thing of beauty!

Same Shannon this week. I meant to wear my blue ones but I was in a rush and grabbed the wrong pair:
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At least you didn't grab one of each in the dark. facepalm.gif
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At least you didn't grab one of each in the dark. facepalm.gif

Now THAT would be dandy!
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We are working on future orders and curious about what you gentlemen would wear more, Nightshade or Midnight Blue?

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Funny, you say that. I was excited to pick up the Inverness in Burgundy at Brooks Brothers during their Corporate Sale. I went to the 346 Madison Avenue store and was also discouraged by the color. I found them to be sort of pink-brown. Certainly not Burgundy as I'd seen before on this model at Edward Green trunk shows. Didn't buy them.
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Yes - the Inverness in burgundy antique. They were returned. They were damn near pink. Not for me.
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Yes, it could be the lighting in the above photo, but Burgundy has a tendency to look like a heavily antiqued Old Rose color.  Perhaps a little too casual or clownish for some. 

I prefer Bauxite.

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The dover is burgundy and the brummel is nightshade.  In the sun nightshade comes out lighter.

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Yes, it could be the lighting in the above photo, but Burgundy has a tendency to look like a heavily antiqued Old Rose color.  Perhaps a little too casual or clownish for some. 

I prefer Bauxite.

 

Correction- Burgundy is great! It's Nightshade with which I take issue. Mea culpa for the confusion. Thanks for the clarification Unipair Guy. Cheers.  

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Imagine a scale of conservative EG colors to wild colors, with Black at 1, Dark Oak at 2, Burgundy and Edwardian at 3, Indigo at 9, and Cardinal at 10. I would put Midnight at around 5 and Nightshade at around 6. Both colors are outside what most men would wear to the office in the legal, banking, or consulting professions. But neither of these colors draws much attention and I find them both to be tasteful with a suit and tie. I have a pair of Falkirk spectators in Midnight and Dark Oak, and I feel comfortable wearing them to work. I would feel the same about Nightshade. However, if I had to choose which of the two would be more office-compatible generally, I'd say Midnight. Outside the office, both colors are fantastic - dark enough for night life and special events, but also work well with odd trousers and jeans during the day. Very versatile colors, with a bit of extra interest. Both winners, with a slight nod to Midnight. I hope my comment is helpful.
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We are working on future orders and curious about what you gentlemen would wear more, Nightshade or Midnight Blue?
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We are working on future orders and curious about what you gentlemen would wear more, Nightshade or Midnight Blue?

I would wear the Nightshade more.
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We are working on future orders and curious about what you gentlemen would wear more, Nightshade or Midnight Blue?

Being I have 3 pair of EG's in Midnight, I would be interested in a pair in Nightshade.
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These Monmouths are stunning. Are they currently in the Edward Green store?

thanks

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