That' pretty much in line with UK prices.
I have an article from the 'Financial Times' in front of me. I'm not absolutely certain about the date, but presumably around 1997.
The following prices are listed for bespoke shoes: John Lobb (SJ) £1490 *** Foster & Son £1110 *** New & Lingwood £1050 *** Cleverley £1000 *** Jason Amesbury £1000.
Ready-to-wear shoes: John Lobb £385 - £420 *** Edward Green £365 - £425 *** Cleverley £225 -265 *** Church's £160 - 275 *** Crockett & Jones £180 - £250 *** Tricker's £195 - £210
In the last 18 or so years, ready-to-wear has increased to about double, but bespoke has increased to almost triple.
Also interesting to see that John Lobb (Paris) has different prices for different designs, while the West-End firms charge the same price for every design, although some uppers (those with lots of perforations and/or lots of hand stitching) are more expensive to produce than other (more plain) designs.