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Follow up question Gents, 

Since I found this all the images I've seen of Borrelli labels have "Luigi" above and this does not.

Different line?

Pardon my noob questions this is my first experience with this maker.

No, it's mainline LB.
post #2312 of 2316
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Originally Posted by Layered Player View Post

Follow up question Gents, 

Since I found this all the images I've seen of Borrelli labels have "Luigi" above and this does not.

Different line?

Pardon my noob questions this is my first experience with this maker.

No, it's mainline LB.

Many thanks...it is such a nice piece, finding the flower stem keeper(latch?) sewn behind the lapel soon after bringing it home told me I had something unique if not special. 

 

Paid 2.50 for it at a Goodwill in a college town near here.  I've found a veritable metric shit ton of barely worn NE Trad there as well, usually right around semester and year end.

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Originally Posted by Layered Player View Post

Many thanks...it is such a nice piece, finding the flower stem keeper(latch?) sewn behind the lapel soon after bringing it home told me I had something unique if not special. 

Paid 2.50 for it at a Goodwill in a college town near here.  I've found a veritable metric shit ton of barely worn NE Trad there as well, usually right around semester and year end.

Borrelli is one of the best, do enjoy it!
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Ferragamo jacket.

e: I am thinking Cantarelli?

Old Cantarelli, yah.
post #2315 of 2316
Hey All,

These are pictures of the tongue stamp and heel from a pair of Foster and Sons made in England tassel mocs. They have the 3 high and 1 low C & J nail pattern, but the tongue stamp seems inconsistent with C&J. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.



post #2316 of 2316

This is from a JAB made in italy suit. A WAYWRN poster was curious who the maker is so I thought I'd ask here:

 

 

Any guesses? I know zegna made for them, but that's usually in mexico. 

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