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post #1906 of 2413
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Probably the same company that makes Lauren for RL suits.

Oh dear.
post #1907 of 2413
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Originally Posted by JackFlash View Post

 

I have a recent J Press blazer with that tag. Construction is rubbish. My guess is a lower tier Canadian maker, certainly not Samuelsohn. 

 

Went back to an AAAC thread about the Canadian J Press manufacturers. I am sure that there are several, but the lower tier I believe are made by Cohen. (This isn't to say all J Press is rubbish or even all Canadian J Press is rubbish). 

 

I'll have to check my tag again when I get home, but it looks very similar. 

post #1908 of 2413
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Originally Posted by JackFlash View Post

Went back to an AAAC thread about the Canadian J Press manufacturers. I am sure that there are several, but the lower tier I believe are made by Cohen. (This isn't to say all J Press is rubbish or even all Canadian J Press is rubbish). 

I'll have to check my tag again when I get home, but it looks very similar. 

I would really appreciate it.
post #1909 of 2413
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Does anyone know who makes this? I know it's Drakes when it says "MD", but who is it when it says "CH"? Thanks

Charles Hill.

post #1910 of 2413

Need some help with this J Press Tag.

 

Any pertinent info on this? (included all tags)

Thanks.

 

 

 

post #1911 of 2413
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post
 

Need some help with this J Press Tag.

 

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Any pertinent info on this? (included all tags)

Thanks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.jpress.jp/

 

J Press is owned by a Japanese company. They have their own line in Japan. 

post #1912 of 2413
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Originally Posted by JackFlash View Post
 

 

http://www.jpress.jp/

 

J Press is owned by a Japanese company. They have their own line in Japan. 

Very cool.  It seems to be a MTM suit, as it has the owners name inside the jacket lining.  Also shows signs of other MTM areas.  Extra weighted material inside pant hem for added drape.  Just didn't know if there was any info on those tags that I should be aware of.  I know its 100% wool, by the tag, but not sure if theres more on there.

post #1913 of 2413
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

Charles Hill.

Thanks, dude.
post #1914 of 2413
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Who tailors in Canada, and is the quality any good? Had a look around on this thread but couldn't seem to get an answer. Jacket is J Press and has tween from an Italian Mill (Lanificio di Pray).

 

 

My J Press tag is identical. A lot of the lower end Press jackets, most having a lot of shoulder padding (sacrilidge for a Press!), are made by Cohen in Canada. This would be my guess. 

post #1915 of 2413
Awesome info! Thanks kindly.
post #1916 of 2413

any idea of this umbrella's maker? 

Thanks!

post #1917 of 2413

this has me stumped

 

I read the first page again AND googled church's as well as c&j's nail pattern

 

they're mcafee's

 

post #1918 of 2413
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post
 

this has me stumped

 

I read the first page again AND googled church's as well as c&j's nail pattern

 

they're mcafee's

 

These were my Alan McAfee's which were definitely by Church's. Look similar but mine said "hand benched" and I don't have the 3 nails on the sole that turns back towards the dovetail.

 

post #1919 of 2413

Anyone know who's making the Barbera club line?

 

post #1920 of 2413
AM were Church's for a very long time. Those look like Church's to me.
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