Astounding Blackwatch tartan and patina leather monk shoes.
Navy blue leather finished with papiro patterned patina is used for the wingtip & rear quarters of this wonderful single monk
The criss-cross polishing effect is perfectly complimented by a Blackwatch tartan vamp section
Natural colored out-soles have been chosen to provide the shoe with a slightly less formal appearance
The soles themselves are goodyear welted leather, with a rubber half-sole for improved grip
Copper colored buckles complete the look
These tartan and patina monks are a great example of Civardi custom shoes. Remember you can customize this design to suit your own personal taste. You may wish to change the soles, buckles or perhaps the materials themselves. Anything is possible – simply choose the Customize & Order option below to begin your personal design.
The usual production time is about 3-5 weeks. Please remember that you are purchasing a made-to-order item, that is to say, your item is not produced in advance, every part of it will be hand-crafted, exclusively for you, after submitting your order.
Also, please bear in mind that some customizations and artisan methods (i.e Patina Finishing) are more time consuming than others.
This method of production is the most efficient business model and we pass this efficiency onto you with our highly competitive pricing structure.
It also enables us to offer you such a vast array of product designs on top of any custom designs that you might create!
What is Patina Leather?
Our Patina leathers are achieved through a range of techniques for colouring, bleaching and darkening the leather.
This is an entirely handmade process using various polishes, dyes, waxes and oils. Each of our patina creations, be it a pair of shoes, boots, trainers or a belt, are the result of this labour intensive manual process.
For this reason there may be slight variations from one product to the next – this is to be embraced as these variations are a part of what gives a patina leather product its unique depth of character and soul.
Patina finishing is also known as antiquing and it does indeed give a product a “lived-in” appearance.
On our customisation Workbench you may alter the intensity of each patina finish – the more intense the patina, the greater the contrast.