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post #1891 of 1905
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

...on another note, are there more pents-families somewhere out there, making trousers only in the Xth generation? I wager their specialisation is part of the allure of the Ambrosi version.

Yes the Mola/Cerrato are in the 3th/4th generations. Their great uncle was already working as trouser maker for the early 19thcentury sartoria, and the uncle for Antonio Schiraldi. Another member of the family is a specialised waistcoat maker, some say the best in Naples
post #1892 of 1905
used both Ambrosi and Cerrato...Even on quality of fit/cut/finish Marco is much better. If you include price into equation difference is just huge, very huge
post #1893 of 1905
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Originally Posted by dfoverdx View Post

used both Ambrosi and Cerrato...Even on quality of fit/cut/finish Marco is much better. If you include price into equation difference is just huge, very huge

What about the fit/ cut/ finish do you like better?
post #1894 of 1905
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Originally Posted by dfoverdx View Post

used both Ambrosi and Cerrato...Even on quality of fit/cut/finish Marco is much better. If you include price into equation difference is just huge, very huge


How much does Marco Cerrato charge for bespoke pants and how long does he take to complete an order?

post #1895 of 1905
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Originally Posted by marcodalondra View Post

Yes the Mola/Cerrato are in the 3th/4th generations. Their great uncle was already working as trouser maker for the early 19thcentury sartoria, and the uncle for Antonio Schiraldi. Another member of the family is a specialised waistcoat maker, some say the best in Naples

Marco you're an encyclopaedia of Neaopliotan tailoring!
You should organise tours of the various sartoria which are less well know but still high quality.
post #1896 of 1905
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Originally Posted by malabar View Post


How much does Marco Cerrato charge for bespoke pants and how long does he take to complete an order?

Also interested, as well as the same information for Pasquale Mola
post #1897 of 1905

Interested in other pants maker besides Mr. Ambrosi. 

 

Now Ambrosi is really everywhere nowadays, I guess first thanks to Mfoo then the Armoury gangs, you can see his trunk in  Manila, Shanghai, Beijing.....

post #1898 of 1905
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Originally Posted by hippotamus View Post

Interested in other pants maker besides Mr. Ambrosi. 

Now Ambrosi is really everywhere nowadays, I guess first thanks to Mfoo then the Armoury gangs, you can see his trunk in  Manila, Shanghai, Beijing.....

iirc the first to popularize him on the www were alden and t4
post #1899 of 1905
I love that people on SF are implying they would fly to Naples for a pair of bespoke trousers rotflmao.gifrotflmao.gif
post #1900 of 1905
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Originally Posted by C&A View Post


iirc the first to popularize him on the www were alden and t4

yr're correct, I recall the video Alden brought up. 

post #1901 of 1905
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Originally Posted by jedwards View Post

I love that people on SF are implying they would fly to Naples for a pair of bespoke trousers rotflmao.gifrotflmao.gif

 

No need for them to imply. There are quite a few people who have actually done it - and I suspect that some of them are still waiting for their Ambrosi pents! 

post #1902 of 1905

surprisingly. we have no issues with salva, waiting time of 3 -4 months for a new pair for fitting and 1-2 months after for finished delivery

post #1903 of 1905
I can understand going for a weekend break and ordering a few suits and shirts or something.... Have people flown over from another country just for one pair of trousers?
And then, knowing SF majority crowd, probably choose something really conservative and unremarkable - might as well have got RTW.
post #1904 of 1905
Well we can't ALL dress like pimps!!!!
post #1905 of 1905
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Originally Posted by jedwards View Post

I can understand going for a weekend break and ordering a few suits and shirts or something.... Have people flown over from another country just for one pair of trousers?
And then, knowing SF majority crowd, probably choose something really conservative and unremarkable - might as well have got RTW.
for me RTW trousers simply do not work. I have large thighs and slightly bent legs. Even when I went through buying some RTW "suits", I made the effort of buying jackets suits with a fabric label inside and then sources the fabric (LP, E. Zegna, Guabello, etc) and given it to my tailor in Naples to make me trousers.
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