Aged Burgundy Berluti's

I don’t think that any color of ages more beautifully than that of burgundy/oxblood/. The natural that a burgundy shoe creates over the years, due to wear & tear, the sunlight, dirt, practically everything really, brings out the most unique coloring effects on the . So when a customer brought me these lovely Berluti , that looked about 10-15 years old, I knew that I was going to have to share them with all of you, just to show you what the is missing: More Burgundy !! Even with all of the creases in the leather, this might have been one of the most that I have ever seen. Granted, they were Berlutis, so there must have been a patina applied when they were first made, but I could tell that what had remained after all these years, was built out of natural aging. With the pictures, I have put how they looked in the beginning (which was not bad to begin with) and then added the pics of how they looked after I shined them. As always, you will see that in some they look way lighter and in others they were quite reddish/burgundy, when in fact, the most accurate of them all is the very top picture.

Aged Burgundy Berluti's

Aged Burgundy Berluti's

Aged Burgundy Berluti's
Aged Burgundy Berluti's

Aged Burgundy Berluti's

Aged Burgundy Berluti's

Aged Burgundy Berluti's

Aged Burgundy Berluti's

Aged Burgundy Berluti's

Aged Burgundy Berluti's

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