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Edward Green Appreciation: Pictures, Info, and Where to Buy

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. hjhr

    hjhr Senior member

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    Could someone help me identify the color of the Dovers below? Looks very much alike the ones @Burzan wore yesterday.

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  2. michaelvl

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    Chameleon, perhaps?
     


  3. hjhr

    hjhr Senior member

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    No chance. I have a pair of those and they are not even close
     


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    Article 26 Well-Known Member

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    Edwardian?
     


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  6. Concordia

    Concordia Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Looks like an antiqued shoe that's been reworked a lot. (The correct cleaner/conditioner can take a lot of dark stuff off the shoe, and using cream to re-color can leave it a little flat.)

    Could be anything between Edwardian and Dark Oak.
     
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    I see people posting items for sale on other threads (due to issues with B&S) but I wanted to check with the regulars here if it would be okay to post something here? Don’t want to derail or offend...
     




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    17CCB503-267D-48CA-B37B-F2171002D90B.jpeg Today is a good day
    My new Berkleys :)
     
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  9. Maximus Rex

    Maximus Rex Senior member

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    Those are Dark Oak. It varies in how dark it is, but those are definitely Dark Oak. The current Dark Oak may differ from that version.
     


  10. Ich_Dien

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    Are you sure? I'm certain they're Edwardian...
     


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    My 16 year old Berkeleys need a trip home for renovations. I would imagine the quality of work at EG is quite good but I'm curious if anyone has experience with a recrafting by EG.

    Any thoughts?
     


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    Agreed. Burnt pine would be my vote. Attached is a comparison of (from bottom to top) Burnt Pine, Chestnut, and Edwardian @hjhr
    B358CD7A-110E-4C32-A170-A6F95BDDECC0.jpeg
     


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