A Trip To Berluti London: Part Two

A Trip To Berluti London: Part Two
Further to my post yesterday on Berluti here are some more pictures to see a glimpse of what they do on the leather goods side of things. Their patina’s, for me, are most certainly not among the best in the world but the vividness of their coloring and the range of colors that they can achieve are impressive for sure. For example that deep teal green is sublime and is not an easy color to make. Their ability to handle exotic leather with ease is impressive and one must remember that they do this on a RTW basis, not just a one off here and there. This is production line patina work. Imagine the man hours for that? A lot. But the best thing about this line of pictures is the shoe trunk. The downside is that it is not available for purchase. But the last that I knew, real money can buy you just about anything. So I don’t see a reason why it could not be acquired!

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