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Wow, I kind of want the hoves more than the cc dovers. Wish I knew about that before. How much are they going to be BTW.
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At first I thought oh no hatch grain because I thought it was pebble grain

Then I went to bespoke england to look at what it was going to look like.

Now I am drool.gif
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Wow, I kind of want the hoves more than the cc dovers. Wish I knew about that before. How much are they going to be BTW.

About 9000 SEK / 7200 SEK ex VAT. This is excluding trees. Final price will however be decided at the time of arrival (depends on currency exchange rates).
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At first I thought oh no hatch grain because I thought it was pebble grain

Then I went to bespoke england to look at what it was going to look like.

Now I am drool.gif

G&G finishes Hatch Grain like none other, it's sublime.
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G&G finishes Hatch Grain like none other, it's sublime.

Well I got excited seeing the word Hove but then thought it was a country version and got sad because I was going to partake in the GMTO except it was country calf.

I think I might have to pull trigger
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If I hadn't ordered this exact make-up already, I would be smile.gif

 

   jubei . . . . what color was the photoshop of the hatch grain you posted a few months ago ?

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G&G finishes Hatch Grain like none other, it's sublime.

 

   what color stitching did you spec on these please sir ?

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No, it's global, very small demand for F-width...sorry! I'm a wide footed fellow myself, so for G&G I have to go the MTO route.

I see. Stupid narrow feeted world population then. smile.gif
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   jubei . . . . what color was the photoshop of the hatch grain you posted a few months ago ?

Oak hatch grain, here it is, just for inspiration: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Oak hatch grain, here it is, just for inspiration: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

   thank you sur . . . . like I need another freakin shoe but skoak is bringing my favorite chop of yours to life

   now if they only spec'd black stitching

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I'm partial to the dark cherry option myself:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Is that colour only offered for bespoke and Deco shoes? Or can regular RTW/MTO get it?
post #3507 of 24736
Apparently it was a one-off from Bespoke-England where they got Tony to customize the cherry calf to be a bit darker. Shame because it's such a beautiful shade.
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I can see a potential G&G GMTO using deeply antiqued vintage cherry...

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   what color stitching did you spec on these please sir ?

Normal color, not black, sorry. I just don't get that black stitching thing. shog[1].gif
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Anyone else hear from the magic Zug fairy today?
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