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EG Isham,what is it?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by benecios, May 5, 2006.

  1. benecios

    benecios Senior member

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    I emailed EG for a list of stock shoes in my size and on the list was a shoe called Isham.Does anyone know what this shoe is? A picture would be much appreciated if possible.
     
  2. sysdoc

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    I emailed EG for a list of stock shoes in my size and on the list was a shoe called Isham.Does anyone know what this shoe is? A picture would be much appreciated if possible.
    If memory serves me right it's a semi brogue with small punching, similar to the Cadogan. Edit: Actually, I think it does not have a toe medaillon, but it comes with small punching along its throat. Harrods Knightsbridge used to sell this model in Acorn or Edwardian (and might still do so). It's a nice semi-formal to formal shoe. .
     
  3. benecios

    benecios Senior member

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    Thanks Sysdoc,if I can pick your brains again,do you know what the Aintree is like.Its another one not in the catalogue.
     
  4. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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    Aintree is a C&J model, no?
     
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    Just as Z, the first thing I think of when reading "Aintree" is C&J's Handgrade 3-eyelet Derby on the 337 last. I'm afraid that no Edward Green Aintree comes to mind. I'll look into it though. There's a certain shop in Birmingham/UK that opened last Friday and it's ran by a lovely person who knows all there is to know about EG. I'll try calling her tomorrow and will get back to you then. [​IMG]
     
  6. benecios

    benecios Senior member

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    Many thanks,I too thought it was a C & J shoe but apparently EG make one as well,although this information could be wrong.
     
  7. bengal-stripe

    bengal-stripe Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    There's a certain shop in Birmingham/UK that opened last Friday and it's ran by a lovely person who knows all there is to know about EG.
    She will have forgotten everything about Edward Green.

    Don't you know, they routinely brainwash new recruits in staff training?
    "When I clap my hand, you wake up and you will not remember.......etc."

    They call it the "Northampton candidate".
     
  8. Film Noir Buff

    Film Noir Buff Senior member

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    Here is one shoe from my pair of Ishams.

    Bear in mind they are an 11F and that the punching is smaller than normal.

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    What is it with shoes and rugs on this forum/
     
  11. jml90

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    What is it with shoes and rugs on this forum/
    Oriental rugs are popular maybe I'll take some pics on mine....NAH
     
  12. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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    What is it with shoes and rugs on this forum/
    Where do you want us to take pictures? On our electric stove?

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  13. Film Noir Buff

    Film Noir Buff Senior member

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    Where do you want us to take pictures? On our electric stove?

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    I know...really.
     

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