Jeffery-West Marriott Brogue Cricket Chelsea Boot

Jeffery-West Marriott Brogue Cricket Chelsea Boots worn by Javier Bardem in SkyFall
Jeffery-West Marriott Brogue Cricket Chelsea Boots worn by Javier Bardem in SkyFall
photo © M. Kuiper
Jeffery-West Marriott Brogue Cricket Chelsea Boots

photo © M. Kuiper
Javier Bardem's costume on display in Utrecht, The Netherlands
photo © M. Kuiper

Villain Raoul Silva, played by Javier Bardem, wears Jeffery-West Marriott Brogue Cricket Chelsea Boots in the movie SkyFall (2012).

At an exhibition of SkyFall and SPECTRE costumes by Jany Temime in Utrecht, The Netherlands in September 2015, the boots were part of the display with Silva's costume, which led to the identification of the brand and model.

The boots are based on the 'Marriott' last, made of leather, lined in red with full leather English insole. The 'Marriott' last is named after Steve Marriott from the Small Faces, a 1960s English rock band from East London.

The Crickett Chelsea boot is currently not produced but it is being reintroduced in Mahogany in the Jeffery-West AW16 season, and can be made to order if requested. Or you can find a few pairs in brown or black on eBay.

With the boots, Silva wears a cream and brown three-piece suit from costume designer Jany Temime made by London tailor Thom Sweeney.

About Jeffery-West
Jeffery-West shoes are handmade in Northampton, England. Jeffery-West designes are to be found in several important museum collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; The National Boot and Shoe Museum, Northampton; The Museum of Costume, Bath, and The Royal Shakespeare Theatre Collection, Stratford-upon-Avon, as well as many other private collections across the globe.

Besides SkyFall, Jeffery-West footwear have also been featured in many other films, for example Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), Snatch (2000), Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002), The Boat That Rocks (2009), The Counselor (2013), Dom Hemingway (2013), Cuban Fury (2014) and The Equaliser (2014).

Thanks to sruzgar for the ID

Product Code: 
vi018

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