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For $440 I can't imagine what wouldn't be better than these. They look like they're corrected grain calf. If you really like this style you could get a pair of Aldens that will at least be full grain. C&J, Sargent, and Grenson can be had for this price (or even less if you're patient) and will be considerably better.
For your consideration I have two Drake's ties I picked up from the sample sale in December. I was there on day one and thought these were the best two for sale at the time. They are new with tags. I'm only asking $75 shipped CONUS for each tie. I'm not flipping these for a profit like others have, just thought I would pass them along to forumites who weren't able to attend the sale. 1. Brown, White, and Red regimental striped shantung tie. Great colors and nubby...
Is this the fabric you went with? Doesn't look like a herringbone in these pics but its probably just the distance/resolution.
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Finally got around to taking pics of the ties I bought. As I mentioned all three are for sale at cost to anyone who wasn't able to make it to the sale. PM me for detailed photos if you're interested.
Nice sale, I swung by and picked up the best three ties I saw: - Navy, blue, green silk neat - Navy/white micro pattern wool (feels like cashmere) - Brown, white, burgundy shantung repp If any out-of-towners are interested PM me, I'm happy to pass them along at cost. My original intention was to sell all three as a public service but they are so nice I'm now contemplating keeping one for myself.
Hate to necrobump but does anyone have any recommendations? Looking to stay under $60.
SOLD SOLD SOLD For your consideration a vintage wrap-around briefcase from English manufacturer Mulberry. As you can see the bag has been used but overall is in nice condition. The leather is a handsome london tan. As you would expect with an older bag, it has nicks and scrapes as well as some water spots on the front. The lock is tarnished in some spots but as far as I can see all the stitching is tight. There are no loose threads or tearing along any of the seams....
Congrats, I have a feeling you will be more than satisfied with your purchase. I've been aware of Mr. Baker's work for a few years and hope to commission something from him in the future. Half of me is excited to see the finished product, half of me fears the inevitable SF feeding frenzy that will follow.
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