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100% vicuna overcoat by a&f http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=221546047309&globalID=EBAY-US Asprey retractable swizzle stick http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=311063942225&globalID=EBAY-US Asprey cigar piercer http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=221546733072&globalID=EBAY-US Deakin Francis hammered silver vesta case http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=191328605778&globalID=EBAY-US Old mark cross leather bag. Leather is rough but...
Makes sense since a lot of people's last stop is a Hospice.Made by Lemmermayer? Found a couple. Real nice stuff.
Anytime. You'll find a lot of really good old sweaters in this area, if you know what to look for. The retirees here seem to keep good sweaters until they pass on, and then it's donated by the heirs. It's unfortunate most of the names are no longer recognized, because the resale value on most is pretty low, even though a lot of it is just as good--or better--than a Cucinelli.
Barrie and W. Bill are both renowned for their fabrics, so it's odd to have both tags. One could order sweaters through W. Bill's store, so I would guess this one was woven by Barrie for W. Bill. Barrie is good shit--they provide cashmere for Chanel and Hermes, among others.
Sulka tie with 18k lame http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=111462295840&globalID=EBAY-US
YESSS. Camping gear is rare here. Osprey Departure 75, detachable duffle with daypack underneath. N/A.
When burned, wool will get dark, too, of course, but will basically become ash--crumble in your fingers.
When you first posted, my instinct said fake, but I wasn't sure, so I kept my mouth shut. I'm voting fake. Burberry's quality has gone down, but they can at least still sew a tag on with straight, even stitching.edit: if you find a few loose threads, cut them off and burn them. if real wool, will smell like burning hair; otherwise, will smell like burning plastic.
Will do. Probably be a while, though. The base is trashed, too, so I may design a new base as well.Since I finally found a true power amp the other day, I dug out the Threshold I'd been holding onto for such an occasion. Now I have to work on getting the gain set properly so I can finally hear that Thorens sing to its fullest potential. Also thought some people here may enjoy some audioporn. The level of precision in this thing is erotic. [[SPOILER]]
Fellow furniture nuts will immediately recognize this is an Eames copy. When I found it, it was very poorly recovered in a Walmart fabric that tried its best to look like vinyl (yeah, they didn't even spring for vinyl). I had to get that off and into the trash right away. Was hoping the original leather would still be underneath, but at least it's the original foam. From what I've seen, I believe this is the version made/marketed by Selig, a Danish company. The Plycraft...
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