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Quote: Originally Posted by forex Plus another $100 for shipping,that briefcase is huge. Which is why I left it alone - I have no need, nor desire, to carry that quantity of paperwork in a heavy bridle leather case. You'll dislocate your shoulder if you try to carry one filled to capacity.
Loro Piana raincoat for £100 BIN - http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...#ht_1997wt_939
Quote: Originally Posted by greekgeek 12D with reasonable BIN http://cgi.ebay.com/BRAND-NEW-MENS-A...item335a89b742 He's got another pair in tan suede for the same price, and a Cucinelli sweater vest for $50 BIN - worth a look.
Quote: Originally Posted by RJman SAB walking sticks: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT Got it - thank you!
Not sure if this is the right thread - I purchased two cashmere cardigans from this seller last week, and they're phenomenal - very well made (including turnback cuffs) and excellent quality thick cashmere. If you're a small size grab yourself a bargain - these are the equal of some I've seen sold for £250; http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/kingcraigfabrics/
A slightly more reasonably priced Dunhill alpaca coat; http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...#ht_835wt_1165
I'd forgotten I have this - another chunky reduction to £175 posted worldwide
A pair of bespoke Nikolaus Tuczek saddle loafers in black calf. These are entirely handmade, and Tuczek was considered the best shoemaker of his age (they closed for business in the 50s), and this is an earlier pair from their Clifford Street address. They were eventually incorporated into John Lobb of St James. The quality is immediately apparent; a beautifully handsewn apron, hand lasted, incredible leather, and the shoes are lined in kid glove leather in the toebox....
Two finds today; First was a handmade Scottish cashmere intarsia jumper - photo to follow, but a lovely vintage piece. The store had a fair quantity of nice cashmere at reasonable prices, my wife was with me and scored two cardigans - one Brora, one LK Bennett. As I was leaving I spotted a box of pocket squares, including some nice hand-rolled silk ones, so another visit is in order. The second was a little more mundane - a nice T M Lewin woven silk tie, navy blue...
I met someone today who was wearing a lovely Herbert Johnson fox fur trapper hat. Sadly; they've stopped making them so I wondered if anyone had any suggestions for an alternate source?
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