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Anyone have any idea what this could be found in a suit jacket.


Harrison James.
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Harrison James.
I thought harrison james was just a store.
post #228 of 2252
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I thought harrison james was just a store.

It is. I was joking since I saw it too.
post #229 of 2252
Who makes Mark McNairy shoes? They are goodyear welted and made in England
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Forum consensus has generally been that Brooks English, which these are, are/were made by Church's. Can anyone confirm the maker on these?



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Does anyone know a high-end Italian manufacturer of leather and knit that has a running dear logo? I totally forgot its name, but it on pairs with Brunello, at least. I think it sounds as "Scagetti", "Sciatti" or something like that.
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Forum consensus has generally been that Brooks English, which these are, are/were made by Church's. Can anyone confirm the maker on these?

I always forget. It's either Cheaney or Church's.
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Forum consensus has generally been that Brooks English, which these are, are/were made by Church's. Can anyone confirm the maker on these?

They're Cheaney due to the straight cut piece of the rubber on the heel and the detailing around the sole (what do you call that) - Cheaney makes this looks like !!!!!, while others create the A shapes.
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They're Cheaney due to the straight cut piece of the rubber on the heel and the detailing around the sole (what do you call that) - Cheaney makes this looks like !!!!!, while others create the A shapes.

I know Church's also does an angle.

Cheaney can be identified by the engrossment on the insole.

It says something like:

Made in
Leather Insole
England
post #235 of 2252
The sole of above pair looks a lot like these Cheaney Boston (picture borrowed from this AAAC post)



or these Cheaney Milford (pictured borrowed from this blog post

post #236 of 2252
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Who makes Mark McNairy shoes? They are goodyear welted and made in England

Any pictures?
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Anyone have any idea what this could be found in a suit jacket.
I'm pretty sure this is Ravazzolo they've made suits for the hand-made Scabal Sartoriale line, as well as Harrison James, apparently (I snagged the ebay one ) someone's selling one of the B&S forum, and a small part of the label is seen there
post #238 of 2252
Anyone recognize this label? This is a handmade Italian suit. Any ideas? Here are the two labels in the pants:
post #239 of 2252
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I know Church's also does an angle.

Cheaney can be identified by the engrossment on the insole.

It says something like:

Made in
Leather Insole
England

These must be Cheaney as they have that very insole stamp. I just got them, and they're fabulous shoes, just what I've been wanting.

Thanks for the help!
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Can anyone identify this heel pattern? the shoes labeled "Bench made for McDuffie by Lotus of London, England" Thanks.
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