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Stemar is Moreschi's top line. I do not own any, only usual Moreschi, but I have tried on quite a few, And I suppose all of their shoes are Blake construction apart from maybe a few Bologna (but I am not sure), and a few Norvegese boot models.
With regard to quality, I'm quite satisfied with mine, and I suppose Stemar uses more expensive hides and maybe a bit more attention is paid to details, compared to "mainline", so if you are OK with Blake instead of GY, the price through your link is essentially a bargain.
Also please note some inconsistency in sizing between different lasts for Moreschi. I fitted in from 7.5 EU to 9 EU (usually I have size 8), so it might be better to contact Herring about size choice.

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