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post #106 of 2289
I picked up a lower-priced suit at the Barneys warehouse sale. It's nothing special - half-canvassed, etc. - but the style and fit are terrific. Soft shoulders, decent pick-stitching, etc. Made in Italy.

I can't figure out who makes it and am curious. Pics of the labels are below. Anyone? Thanks for the help.





post #107 of 2289
Anyone know who makes Dior shoes?

particularly this pair
http://www.bluefly.com/Christian-Dio...es-_-300624101
post #108 of 2289
Anyone know who made this suit for Hermes?

post #109 of 2289
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Anyone know who made this suit for Hermes?


Belvest
post #110 of 2289
Does anyone have info on the differences in Crockett & Jones shoes, or perhaps lines, with respect to the nail patterns and writing on the sock liner?

It seems that the commonly-accepted C&J pattern with one row of nails around the side edges, with a single nail in the middle-front; but the three nails by the rubber piece are optional. Compare:



Similary, the writing on the sock liner sometimes is the hand-written-looking script and sometimes a machine-printed label, such as:



Are these differences due to hand-grade vs. bench-grade? Or just variations among models, or pure randomness?

Inquiring minds want to know...
post #111 of 2289
Any ideas about this nail pattern? The shoes are English.
post #112 of 2289
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Any ideas about this nail pattern? The shoes are English.
100% EG. What brand are they marked? My EG Cole Haans had that heel.
post #113 of 2289
Can anyone identify this Candian Manufature?
post #114 of 2289
Can anyone tell from this tag who made this suit?
post #115 of 2289
Can anyone identify this tag?



It looks like Boglioli too me, no?
post #116 of 2289
Recently thrifted a pair of burnt orange cords. The maker's tag had been removed, but I was wondering if someone can identify the maker from the size and care tags? Appears to be made in Italy. Thanks.
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post #117 of 2289
Can anyone identify this tag? Made in Italy.

post #118 of 2289
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Originally Posted by nauticagmo View Post
Can anyone identify this tag? Made in Italy.


It glows with an unearthly light.
post #119 of 2289
Thread Starter 
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It glows with an unearthly light.

Must be made in the Vatican
post #120 of 2289


From a DAKS London jacket. Made in Italy.
Seems very nice. Handsewn buttonholes and stuff like that.

Who is the maker?
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