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post #46 of 4599
Came home early and this baby was waiting:


Beautiful tie and once again great service.

Thanks Jamison!
post #47 of 4599
I just received my red tie with blue dots and my green paisley pocket square, and both are excellent.

Thank you for your fine wares, Jamison. The handwritten note is especially appreciated!
post #48 of 4599
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Originally Posted by ld111134 View Post
I just received my red tie with blue dots and my green paisley pocket square, and both are excellent.

Thank you for your fine wares, Jamison. The handwritten note is especially appreciated!

It's the least I could do! Thanks for your purchases, guys, and I'm glad you like them.
post #49 of 4599
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
A little taste of something to come in a couple months. This is a quarter of the square. I'll have it in five different colors. 100% linen. Hand made in Italy.


J-

Please order one more than you planned, in each color.

J
post #50 of 4599
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J-

Please order one more than you planned, in each color.

J

Ha! I wish I could. The order had to be placed a while back so the Italians could actually make them. You'll have to be quick on the draw. All the fall/winter squares will be in limited quantities. And when they sell out, in most cases, they're gone for good.
post #51 of 4599
I arrived home to find my knit tie waiting- thanks for another fast delivery.
post #52 of 4599
I received my first purchase from HW over the weekend. It is first class merchandise.
post #53 of 4599
It also looks fantastic. I want to order some pocket squares, and I like one of the paisley squares available on the site right now, but I want some more "conventional" squares too. This sample is just what I wanted.
post #54 of 4599
The Fall 2009 collection is starting to roll in, although it will be a little while before everything is here and it's ready to launch. In the meantime, here's a small preview of new striped knits already available:



post #55 of 4599
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The Fall 2009 collection is starting to roll in, although it will be a little while before everything is here and it's ready to launch. In the meantime, here's a small preview of new striped knits already available:




They look really nice, silk will never die
post #56 of 4599
J,

Are you planning on any more wool knits? I was hoping for one in a slightly darker grey than you currently offer. Thanks.
post #57 of 4599
Got my Parker knit today. LOVELY tie and great quality.

post #58 of 4599
Hey Chorse - I saw your flat weave silk knit tie today in WAYWRN and it reminds me of the Hermes flat weave pointed ties. Have you seen those? They are stunning but $340. What can you tell me about the one you are wearing such that I would feel good about it being a $60 version of the one I really want?
post #59 of 4599
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Originally Posted by dinted voice View Post
J,

Are you planning on any more wool knits? I was hoping for one in a slightly darker grey than you currently offer. Thanks.

Not this fall. They didn't sell nearly as well as I had expected. Instead I'm going to be carrying some gorgeous wool and wool/silk blend regular ties. They arrived today and are



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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post
Got my Parker knit today. LOVELY tie and great quality.


Excellent. Glad you like it!

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Originally Posted by UpperWestie View Post
Hey Chorse - I saw your flat weave silk knit tie today in WAYWRN and it reminds me of the Hermes flat weave pointed ties. Have you seen those? They are stunning but $340. What can you tell me about the one you are wearing such that I would feel good about it being a $60 version of the one I really want?

I haven't, but will try to go check them out. Well, if you feel better spending $340, by all means go ahead and get one from Hermes. Ha ha. I can't really compare ours without having seen theirs, but ours is a lovely tie. Made in Italy by an established, family owned company and finished by hand. It's a good deal at full price, and is very versatile.
post #60 of 4599
What are your plans for the next season of wallets? I am trying to decide whether I should get one of your current antiqued wallets, or wait for something else you might offer...(something in cordovan, perhaps)?

Bic
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