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Quote: Originally Posted by 951socal Any body notice outrageous goodwill and salvation army prices as of late? It's always been the way around here, though what frustrates me is that the prices in the provincial shops are rising to match the metropolis. Nonetheless, I'll pay what it takes if I find a great item from a great brand. Today's haul: Brooks Brothers makers tie, printed linen vintage for $1.50 (see below) Norwegian-made sweater that...
Flusser raincoat?
Good BIN on a new Bill Amberg manbag
Sadly too large for me - perhaps the perfect Christmas gift for someone? Classic two-ply Purdey v-neck jumper made from pure cashmere, in a mid-brown colour with a slight marl / colour variation to it. Though it doesn't say where they're made, the SA told me they were made in Scotland. Comes complete with tags and a Purdey shopping bag. Retail was £340 / $550. I'm asking £80 > £75 shipped worldwide. Measurements as follows: 23" Pit to Pit 26" Long 19.5" Pit to...
Ladies Kiton shearling for low BIN
Quote: Originally Posted by gululv I'm go to London in a few days, any good stores you would recomend? I know there is a lot.. I know about Present London, Albam and a few more, would be interesting to hear about some good vintage stores too. For vintage: Hornets in Kensington - they have a website, but there are three or four shops within a short walk of one another specialising in different items Emporium in Greenwich (a bit more retro...
Quote: Originally Posted by rebel222 Cheaney Handgrade line, I believe. Not Grenson. Nice shoes - Cheaney Handgrade are about £300-350 in their new Lime Street store, and very nicely done for the money.
Lovely Fox umbrella for Asprey - I'd splurge if I hadn't purchased a SAB last month...
Something for the ladies - Hamilton & Inches is one of Edinburgh's best jewellers, and this looks like a serious piece of quality crocodile.
Fair price for a pair of casual JM Weston.
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