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Sorry if this is a double post, but I'm itching to find out who the manufacturer is on this label—for a beautiful “Hand Made In Italy” Tuxedo of relatively recent vintage...Cantarelli? Caruso? Who-ruso? :)

 

Have at it!

 

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Good HOLY GOD that was fast! You folks are in a word...AMAZING!

 

While were at it, what are the next Mega-Millions Lottery numbers? :) Trip to Italy and three suits on the house for the winner should I hit.

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Good HOLY GOD that was fast! You folks are in a word...AMAZING!

 

While were at it, what are the next Mega-Millions Lottery numbers? :) Trip to Italy and three suits on the house for the winner should I hit.


If I only knew...

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Can someone please confirm this guy is not living on the moon.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/GRENSON-Footmaster-Genuine-Gazelle-Rare-Vintage-Shoes-/220946210820 :spew:

 

 

because I'm about to list these.... Also not sure if someone made these for Grenson as I've never seen the heel pattern before

 

 

 

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Was given these shoes. The first ones I am stumped on, they are Battistoni.

 

    

 

Then these second ones I am almost positive I know the answer to. They are Sassetti x Bergdorf Goodmans, and Sassetti makes their own shoes, correct? I'm almost positive that's the case but posting just in case these my be an exception of some sort. And for some reason the suede on the upper came out much lighter then it actually is, its a dark chocolate brown suede, the shoes are really gorgeous.

 

  

  

 

Thanks so much in advance guys, it is greatly appreciated.

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Is this authentic?

 

The website I found for them listed scarves but no ties, mostly leather goods.

 

I kinda dig it, got a 70's YSL vibe to it.

 

 

Yes, Lancel makes solid ties.

 

It is at that.

 

Finally arrived yesterday and it's got some HEFT to it...practically dimples itself when tied.

 

The pics don't do it justice, the silk has a very lustrous hand that doesn't read well in photos.

 

Great piece, I'll keep an eye out for Lancel as I like this one better than a comparable Hermes in my rotation.

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It is at that.

 

Finally arrived yesterday and it's got some HEFT to it...practically dimples itself when tied.

 

The pics don't do it justice, the silk has a very lustrous hand that doesn't read well in photos.

 

Great piece, I'll keep an eye out for Lancel as I like this one better than a comparable Hermes in my rotation.

This is going to sound like quite an odd bit of advice but if you yourself, anyone close to you, or you have good translation software...eBay France...you can pick up Lancel ties for pennies on the dollar...for some reason it seems like people that use the french version of eBay don't really understand the concept behind free market capitalism and let expensive things go for very cheap. I personally don't have the patience...nor the ability to communicate amongst other things. But eitherway, yes, Lancel makes a real fine product.

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