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looks like burnt pine. wow they look nice


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Its Edwardian.
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Originally Posted by pwhinson View Post
 

 

What is the color on the pair of Galways on the right?  Burnt Pine?

 

Any guesses?  And I'm wondering how a walnut country calf would look against it?

Burnt Pine:

 

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Further to the recent discussion of Edwardian vs. Burnt Pine, these are a pair of Edwardian Antique Galways I proxied for an SF'er from the last pop-up sale. I really like the natural sole edge, perhaps a preview of what the proposed Cognac Cordovan Galway might look like?


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Just got an e-mail from Edward Green. They cannot make up the Galway in Cordovan. baldy[1].gif
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Just got an e-mail from Edward Green. They cannot make up the Galway in Cordovan. baldy[1].gif

Did they specify what prevents this?
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Just got an e-mail from Edward Green. They cannot make up the Galway in Cordovan. baldy[1].gif

That stinks, but that kind of explains why we haven't seen one to this point.

 

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Did they specify what prevents this?

I wonder if it was for the reason Namor pointed out a couple of days ago. The faux toe cap.

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I remember Carmina, not being able to make a Jodhpur boot in cordovan for construction reasons. Maybe a similar situation?
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Just got an e-mail from Edward Green. They cannot make up the Galway in Cordovan. baldy[1].gif

Thanks for the update.
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Just got an e-mail from Edward Green. They cannot make up the Galway in Cordovan. baldy[1].gif


It certainly was a great idea, thanks for checking Leaves.

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Bummer. Thanks for checking it out for us Patrik - it was a nice dream while it lasted. :-)
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Just got an e-mail from Edward Green. They cannot make up the Galway in Cordovan. baldy[1].gif

I'll echo the others and say thank you Leaves for trying.

In this case, I'm either going for one of your standard Galway models such as Dark Oak/Walnut CC on dainite or maybe Galway in Edwardian nod[1].gif
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My size, too!

Well that sux about the crup Galway. Oh well. On to the next thing....
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Originally Posted by pwhinson View Post

 

What is the color on the pair of Galways on the right?  Burnt Pine?

Any guesses?  And I'm wondering how a walnut country calf would look against it?
Burnt Pine:

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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Edward-Green-GALWAY-Burnt-Pine-Calf-Leather-Cap-Toe-Lace-Up-Boots-UK-8-E-RARE-/360817395485?pt=UK_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item540264871d

I suppose it is just the lighting, but this is considerably darker than the burnt pine I have seen.
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