Edward Green the venerable English shoemaker marks their 120th anniversary in 2010. To put some historical perspective on this achievement 1890 also saw the publication of “The Picture of Dorian Grey” Idaho, and Wyoming were admitted as the 43rd and 44th states, the New Scotland Yard opened, and Nellie Bly completed her round-the-world journey in 72 days. Not only was an extraordinary shoe company born so were Stan Laurel, Jelly Roll Morton, Dwight Eisenhower, Groucho Marx, Charles de Gaulle, Agatha Christie, and Harlan Sanders (The Colonel). That is some very impressive company and one helluva run, bully for you Edward Green.
For over a century Edward Green has maintained it’s exceedingly high standards of quality, craftsmanship and a reputation of producing the finest shoes in England “For the discerning few” an accomplishment not to be taken lightly.
In celebration of this milestone Edward Green has introduced the first of its 120th Anniversary Limited Edition models the Sandhurst, a classic English derby that has been culled from the archives. This Limited Edition model will be offered only during 2010 with each pair hand numbered and packaged in special anniversary boxes.
Orders are now being taken for the Sandhurst available in two versions. Please contact us for price and delivery details.
Sandhurst 888 Last Dark Oak Antique H/AF Soles
Sandhurst 202 Last Rosewood Country Calf Dainite Soles with Fudge Welt