Prices

I make two ranges of my shoes - unlined and lined. The unlined are made from soft, thick pliable leather, available in around 10 colours. They  will have butt edges and no suede inside. These are much cheaper than my made to measure pairs and are fine for a prototype or a cheap pair for gardening but generally do not last as long as my lined shoes. Most people tend to go for lined as they are made from high quality Italian leather which is soft and durable and fully lined in soft suede. There is a kaleidoscope of colours available for lined shoes which is what you will see most of in my gallery. 

I can make my footwear up to a size 15 and in ½¼¾ sizes.

If you buy a pair from stock I will deduct £50 from the price.


UNLINED

All sizes are in British UK shoe sizes.

All my Prices are in £, if you wish to convert to your own currency please use an online calculator. 

Made to Measure Fully Lined

All sizes are in British UK shoe sizes.

All my Prices are in £, if you wish to convert to your own currency please use an online calculator. 

If you make an appointment to come and see me, to cover the costs of taking your measurements and the time to see you I charge a Studio Consultation fee of - £35.00 

P&P - £15.00 (variable for overseas). I always use Royal Mail Special Delivery for sending my shoes which arrive with your normal post but will need signing for. Couriers can be cheaper but very unreliable and most people tend to know and trust their postman/woman. 

Sole build (wedge/one sole higher) or double leather topy soles - £25.00 
Rope soles are an additional - £150.00 
Full Leather lining instead of suede - £25.00/Sheepskin - £35.00 
Extra handmade pairs of laces - £15.00 
Buckles instead of laces on Shoes - £25.00 
Brogue Shoes half / full - £55.00 / £75.00 
Full Shandals brogue - £75.00 
Boot brogue £120.00 
Connolly Hide Care and brushes - £18.00 + P&P

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 Below are three photographs of Kath’s shoes which she brought in 1998. She returned them for repair 11 years later on the 29th of October 2009 and I re- paired them the very next day. Maybe they will last another 11 years. “You make them too well; you will do yourself out of business.” The point is that although most people would not consider buying hand made shoes because of the price, in the long run they work out great value for money.

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