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post #421 of 995
Sorry to jump into the subject but just to let you see the AS MTO possibilities

SargentCollection.jpg

From left to right

AS Moore on last 106 - antique chestnut - Handgrade finish
AS Limited Edition EGP1 on last AS53 - antique Oak/Brown Pin Grain - Exclusive finish
AS Blake on last AS53 - antique black - Handgrade finish

I love them all and they rock smile.gif
post #422 of 995
^ those are yours? I believe our boot was modeled after yours. great collection
post #423 of 995
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

^ those are yours? I believe our boot was modeled after yours. great collection

Yes they are, thank you smile.gif

The boots were the first made for the french forum Engrandepompe limited edition project. But the pattern is a bit different and exclusive for this project.

Here is a picture of the final result.

egp7.jpg
post #424 of 995
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Originally Posted by fullb View Post

Sorry to jump into the subject but just to let you see the AS MTO possibilities

SargentCollection.jpg

From left to right

AS Moore on last 106 - antique chestnut - Handgrade finish
AS Limited Edition EGP1 on last AS53 - antique Oak/Brown Pin Grain - Exclusive finish
AS Blake on last AS53 - antique black - Handgrade finish

I love them all and they rock smile.gif

Stunning !! The Antique Oak looks very very nice !! I'm def in for that make up if we can swing it !!
post #425 of 995
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Originally Posted by fullb View Post

Yes they are, thank you smile.gif
The boots were the first made for the french forum Engrandepompe limited edition project. But the pattern is a bit different and exclusive for this project.
Here is a picture of the final result.
egp7.jpg

Could you share more about this project? I've always wondered what the story was behind so many interesting makeups. So each person got those own unique makeup? What was the inspiration?
post #426 of 995
You can click on this link : EGP1 Project. It is a google translation but I think it will stay understandable. There you will have the story and you will find photos of each model.
post #427 of 995
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Originally Posted by Afinepairofshoes View Post

Yes - definitely a possibility. Would look stunning in Burnished Oak!

I think this is what my #1 preference would be. on the 48 last.
post #428 of 995
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Originally Posted by scurvyfreedman View Post

I think this is what my #1 preference would be. on the 48 last.

Hopefully we have an option like with the Milton.

AFPOS, what is the difference between antique and burnished oak? I would love this to happen before the holidays as earlier poster commented.
post #429 of 995
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Hopefully we have an option like with the Milton.
AFPOS, what is the difference between antique and burnished oak? I would love this to happen before the holidays as earlier poster commented.

The conditions of our mto programmes is that we have to have a minimum of 6 pairs the same - this AS Milton mto is in Dark Blue Calf.

They are one of the same Burnished/Antiqued Oak - during the finishing stages the Oak leather is polished to give the beautiful variance of colour over the toe and heel.
post #430 of 995
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Hopefully we have an option like with the Milton.
AFPOS, what is the difference between antique and burnished oak? I would love this to happen before the holidays as earlier poster commented.

Based on what happened with earlier MTO projects and timing, mainly the Miller & Benson, the milton is unlikely to be finished by the Holidays. I ould be extatic if it would.
post #431 of 995
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Originally Posted by Afinepairofshoes View Post

Here is a "work in progress" shot for you and the other Miller mto team, they are going to be rather amazing!

I like my boot!!
Hope we have speed hooks on top 4 holes for convenience icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Regards.
post #432 of 995
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Originally Posted by Saratorial_Splender View Post

Based on what happened with earlier MTO projects and timing, mainly the Miller & Benson, the milton is unlikely to be finished by the Holidays. I ould be extatic if it would.

Thanks for the reply, we have even gotten an order page set-up. So, I couldn't agree more. If it happens, I am hopeful that calf will make it a little easier/quicker make-up.

Anyone else interested in the Blake? We seem to have three people. This is my last shoe purchase for the year.
Edited by gyasih - 9/27/12 at 11:51am
post #433 of 995
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Originally Posted by Shikar View Post

I like my boot!!
Hope we have speed hooks on top 4 holes for convenience icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Regards.

I think we did get them...
post #434 of 995
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Originally Posted by Shikar View Post

I like my boot!!
Hope we have speed hooks on top 4 holes for convenience icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Regards.

Glad you like it! - No speed hooks I'm afraid - AS Miller is lace eyelets all the way up as per the pic - they will be superb!

post #435 of 995
Can we get speed hooks? I would greatly appreciate it. biggrin.gif

Regards.
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