Do you mean their Imperial Collection?
Way back in 2012 Clarks wanted to bring back English made shoes and commissioned Cheaney to make a luxury line called Earl's Club marketed in Asia (here's a link to the marketing piece. Unfortunately it's in Chinese http://luxury.chinadaily.com.cn/2012-01/06/content_14393803.htm )As it was the Year of the Dragon, the shoes came with not only lasted shoe trees but also a briefcase embossed with a dragon. At slightly >US$1k they were not value for money and in any case the smallest size available at the shop was UK6.0 so I passed. However, a couple of years later I stumbled upon a few UK5.0 Cheaney shoes on eBay and I was intrigued as Cheaney do not offer that size in their collections. So I emailed them and apparently they were leftovers from that Clarks OEM. So I bought a pair directly from the factory shop for around £150. At that price it was a bargain - channelled stitching, fiddleback waist (although executed badly and nowhere near G&G's , but hey, so was the price!). The leather is quite good and has held up quite well.
Would I buy them at £415? Definitely not. If you're a UK6.0 I would suggest looking at AS Exclusives at AFPOS. They are cheaper and come with lasted shoe trees. Plus they offer SF members a 10% discount.
Edited by Chowkin - 10/31/15 at 2:19am