Ugghh. No the shoes I'm selling definitely don't have that kind of stitching on them. IMO that is heinous. I feel really bad about my confusion then. I don't know where you heard that Santoni makes Borrelli shoes. I am actually almost certain that Borrelli makes everything in house, including shoes. That is the impression that Naturlat gave in his post re: his visit to the NY Borrelli store.
I chose the picture I did because the stitching patterns are so easy to see. They're not all like that gaudy. If you look at your shoes, the same stitching (although not as garish) is present. They're Norwegian-welted. The fact that the model is called Norvegese cinches it. As for the maker of the Borrelli shoes, I read somewhere either on this forum or the Ask Andy forum that they were Santoni. Based on what I saw at the Borrelli store in May, I can believe it. It's possible that they're manufactured in-house, but it's a lot harder for a shirtmaking expert to expand into producing shoes than it is to expand into producing tailored clothes.