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post #16 of 24
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I am interested in the Aurelia in dark red - please send me a PM regarding the pricing and sizing you have left. I am also interested in knowing how this shoe is constructed - blake stitching or goodyear. Are the soles channeled?

Thank you.

Done, thank you very much for yoru interest.

Fra
post #17 of 24
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Fra, is the Gallo shop just around the corner still open? I might stop in to yours if im in the area.
post #18 of 24
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Fra, is the Gallo shop just around the corner still open? I might stop in to yours if im in the area.

Not sure, I should check (I do not go everyday in the shop).....I'll get back to you on this asap.

Fra
post #19 of 24
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SW1 was closed on Sat (and from what i could gather on the sign, on Friday as well).

Gallo is found on both via Manzoni and via Durini, as well as a fairly big concession in la Rinalscente or whatever it's called. I bought some socks as well as 3 of the knit ties which proved popular on here last year. I dont think I'll keep them all, so keep an eye out on the For Sale page.
post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by fox81 View Post
SW1 was closed on Sat (and from what i could gather on the sign, on Friday as well).

Gallo is found on both via Manzoni and via Durini, as well as a fairly big concession in la Rinalscente or whatever it's called. I bought some socks as well as 3 of the knit ties which proved popular on here last year. I dont think I'll keep them all, so keep an eye out on the For Sale page.

Thanks for the update - I'm heading there myself next week so this is useful.

How much are the socks and knit ties in €?
post #21 of 24
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err, socks were 17.50eu each, i think there are some that are 19.50 as well.

knit ties were 69, i think they have some that were 79 as well.

i'd recommend going to la rinalscente, as they had a better display of socks especially, unless of course you want some womens stuff, then go to a gallo store. la rinalscente is open on sundays as well.
post #22 of 24
Fox81, I am so sorry about that. Our salesperson (due to recession we have only one employee at the moment) was ill and we could not organise a replacement. I am glad you found Gallo.

Kindest regards. Fra

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Originally Posted by fox81 View Post
SW1 was closed on Sat (and from what i could gather on the sign, on Friday as well).

Gallo is found on both via Manzoni and via Durini, as well as a fairly big concession in la Rinalscente or whatever it's called. I bought some socks as well as 3 of the knit ties which proved popular on here last year. I dont think I'll keep them all, so keep an eye out on the For Sale page.
post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by fra View Post
Fox81, I am so sorry about that. Our salesperson (due to recession we have only one employee at the moment) was ill and we could not organise a replacement. I am glad you found Gallo.

Kindest regards. Fra
Why don't you put up an eBay shop like Tricker's did?
With a limited investment you'd gain access to a much wider audience.
post #24 of 24
Thanks fo the suggestion Pabloj. We will definitely think about it although I believe we could use it only for specific items....Kindest regards.

Fra

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Why don't you put up an eBay shop like Tricker's did?
With a limited investment you'd gain access to a much wider audience.
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