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Here's a polo tag I've never seen before. It's on a garment in considering on eBay.

Any ideas?

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it's still corneliani IMO

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Definitely. Just older.

 

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it's still corneliani IMO

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I'm fairly certain this question was answered on here a while back but I can't find it so I could be wrong. Does anyone know what year PRL stopped making their suiting in-house and started outsourcing to Corneliani? I found this real nice, in pristine condition blazer at a local thrift that is PRL made in Italy but is just Polo brand, not Corneliani, was wondering if the $30 price tag was worth it. Thanks

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This puppy drapes like a dream, who made it?

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This puppy drapes like a dream, who made it?

 

No idea, but you should give/sell it to me

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I just picked up two pairs of shoes and want to know if any of you guys could let me know who manufactures them. The first pair is a pair of Stuart McGuires I thrifted, they were cheap and just been completely resoled and have a new heel. Was also hoping that the leather on them is authentic reptile of some sort however I am starting to doubt this notion. So if anyone could shed some light on who possibly made these I would greatly appreciate it. 

 

 

The second pair is a pair of Royal Tweeds for Church's. Does Church's manufacturer their own shoes? Because I believe I have read otherwise on this board. Thanks so much in advance.


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Feel like I should know this one.  No other marks, made in Italy Silk.

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This puppy drapes like a dream, who made it?

 

No idea, but you should give/sell it to me

Def a consideration...anyone?

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I just picked up two pairs of shoes and want to know if any of you guys could let me know who manufactures them. The first pair is a pair of Stuart McGuires I thrifted, they were cheap and just been completely resoled and have a new heel. Was also hoping that the leather on them is authentic reptile of some sort however I am starting to doubt this notion. So if anyone could shed some light on who possibly made these I would greatly appreciate it. 

 

 

The second pair is a pair of Royal Tweeds for Church's. Does Church's manufacturer their own shoes? Because I believe I have read otherwise on this board. Thanks so much in advance.

Stuart McGuire was made by The Ortho Vent shoe company in the beginning.  Later on they had some stuff made in England and a lot of the US stuff was made by Hanover. I have actually found deadstock McGuire shoes that have been overstamped in the footbed with the Hanover logo. Yours appear to be the latter.

 

The Royal Tweed are Cheaney. 

 

Here's a good pic of one of the more common Royal Tweed footbed logos, they've had a few.

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hey everyone,

 

Curious to know if anyone recognizes these tags. It's a Burberry blazer and I think it's authentic based on construction quality (full canvas, semi-lined with proper seam finishing). Pretty sure the tags are in Japanese.

 

Thanks in advance for any help!

 

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Stuart McGuire was made by The Ortho Vent shoe company in the beginning.  Later on they had some stuff made in England and a lot of the US stuff was made by Hanover. I have actually found deadstock McGuire shoes that have been overstamped in the footbed with the Hanover logo. Yours appear to be the latter.

 

The Royal Tweed are Cheaney. 

 

Here's a good pic of one of the more common Royal Tweed footbed logos, they've had a few.

 

Thank you so much for your help. I greatly appreciate it. By the interior labeling, would you have any idea if that pair of Stuart McGuires are American made or made in England? Also, that is just embossed Crocodile or whatever on the leather right? Thank you so much again.

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Feel like I should know this one.  No other marks, made in Italy Silk.


Zanzara
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This puppy drapes like a dream, who made it?

Is this a joke? Borrelli, obviously.
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This puppy drapes like a dream, who made it?

Is this a joke? Borrelli, obviously.

 

I didn't know they made everything when I originally posted that.

 

I've since done my homework and see what a gem I've found.

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