Berlutti & John Lobb shoes

by Demetrio on March 2, 2010

Founded in 1849, Lobb is one of England’s oldest makers of bench-made shoes, worn by clients such as King Edward VII (1901-1911, who was Edward, Prince of Wales from 1863-1901), famous 20th century opera tenor Enrico Caruso or actor Daniel Day Lewis.

John Lobb Bootmaker is a company that manufactures and retails a very exclusive luxury brand of shoes and boots mainly for men, but also for women. It is based near St James’s Palace, at 9 St James’s Street London. Founded in 1849, Lobb is one of England’s oldest makers of bench-made shoes, worn by clients such as King Edward VII, famous 20th century opera tenor Enrico Caruso, and actor Daniel Day Lewis. John Lobb shoes are also worn by Ian Fleming’s fictional character James Bond. At Lobb, special care is taken to select the fine leather skins – with crocodile skin shoes for about USD 8000 at the top of the range.

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