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Abbeyhorn Shoehorns

Abbeyhorn hand carved shoehorns are carved from Oxen horn. Each horn is uniquely different due to its color and texture. The process requires considerable skill of the horn worker from the first cut of the horn to ensure that the resultant shoehorn becomes a much-cherished item. Therefore the carver must work with the horn while carving to bring out the special quality of each, and no two are exactly alike.

The Stag shoehorn features a handle made of stag antler for a solid grip. The dauber brushes are carved from bone and come in two color bristles. They’re excellent for applying polish to those hard to reach areas. And lastly this handsome brush with inlaid horn is ideal for shining shoes or for use as a clothes brush.

You wear quality shoes why shouldn’t you have quality accessories to go along with them?

Long Horn – 18 inches

Stag Handle – 16 inches

Medium Horn – 12 inches

Small Horn – 7.5 inches

Daubers & Brush 6.5 inches

*No animals are ever killed solely for the horn; they are a by-product of the meat industry.

Saddle Up

At the height of their popularity during the fifties and sixties Saddle Shoes were a staple of preppy Ivy Leaguers’. The preppy doctrine Take Ivy includes an Ivy Wardrobe Directory, which lists the following shoes.

Four pairs – Cordovan plain toe or saddle shoes in black and brown, classic loafer, boat shoes or sneakers, brown boots.

Like all things “American traditional” saddle shoes are enjoying a revival and we’re all for tradition.

They say you can’t teach an old dog a new trick but we think it’s the old dog that appreciates a new trick. Case in point is the Edward Green Westwood saddle shoe a chic, modern interpretation of this classic shoe.

Westwood 888 Last, Navy Suede/Mahogany Country Calf – MTO

Westwood 888 Last, Dark Oak Antique/Black Calf – MTO

Westwood 888 Last, Whiskey Cordovan – MTO

Westwood 888 Last, Black Suede/Mahogany Country Calf – MTO

Boots By EG

Boots were big last fall and all by all indication they’ll continue to be a strong footwear style this year. Of course there are all types of boots from rugged to refined. When it comes to the refined category Edward Green is the boot of choice around here bar none.

All the boots below were made to order with the exception of the Galway Dark Oak/ Walnut Country Calf, which we’ll be stocking again this fall. Delivery for EG MTO’s is currently the end of November. If you’re considering placing an order for a pair for fall now is the time.

Galway 82 Last Dark Oak/Walnut Country Calf, Dainite Soles

Halifax 202 Last Bauxite Antique

Banbury 888 Last Black Calf HAF Soles

Gresham 888 Last Chestnut Antique

Shannon 888 Last Burnt Pine Antique, Double Leather Soles

Galway 888 Last Black Calf/Black Country Calf, Dainite Soles

Silverstone 888 Last Hazel Antique


Yes summer has just begun but now is the time to plan ahead. That is if you’re considering a special pair of boots for fall. This pair of Edward Green Shannon’s might fit the bill. Our customer who ordered these had the foresight to do it early. She’s also a lady who has exceptional taste. Enjoy them well Beth.

Shannon 888 Last Dark Oak/Mink Suede