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post #2791 of 3233
Good to know. I've seen a few dolce suits with that tag.

If it's lardini, not too much of a surprise. They also do some of Tom Ford's outerwear.
post #2792 of 3233
Guys, I don't recognize this. Older belvest? I have no idea.
post #2793 of 3233

some ferragamo have same tag, so i want to know the maker too.

 

but no conclusion for it yet

post #2794 of 3233
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Guys, I don't recognize this. Older belvest? I have no idea.

Cantarelli. Here's the same EDIT: a very similar label in a Faconnable Tailleur Jacket: http://www.ebay.com/itm/391261693921


Edited by dadjeans - 10/18/15 at 8:05pm
post #2795 of 3233
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

Guys, I don't recognize this. Older belvest? I have no idea.

Cantarelli. Here's the same label in a Faconnable Tailleur Jacket: http://www.ebay.com/itm/391261693921

Excellent! You, sir, win the best friend award!

post #2796 of 3233

Hi there,

 

I recently acquired this garment, but really, I haven't been able to find much information on it.  I suspect that it's a traveler's jacket, but I may be way off, as well.  It has a full zipper as well as buttons.  It also has a leather trim.  Below are the images.  Any help is very appreciated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #2797 of 3233
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

Guys, I don't recognize this. Older belvest? I have no idea.

Cantarelli. Here's the same label in a Faconnable Tailleur Jacket: http://www.ebay.com/itm/391261693921

Excellent! You, sir, win the best friend award!

I've heard from a reliables source that this might also be La Matta. At least it's narrowed down. Dad Jeans, you're still a badass.

post #2798 of 3233
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I've heard from a reliables source that this might also be La Matta. At least it's narrowed down. Dad Jeans, you're still a badass.

Haha! Thanks for the kind words. Our good friend Spoo has much more experience than I in solving such mysteries.

post #2799 of 3233
Hello.

Wondering if anyone can shed some light on this recent e-thrift.




The shoes are in very good shape and I am very happy with the combination and colors. Don't need the info to sell as I am planning to keep but learning about the different shoes and makers. Hoping to get an idea of age and which maker. Has been opined to be AS. Heel pattern seems common.
Thank you for any assistance.
post #2800 of 3233

Here's a nut for the label geeks. I'm completely lost in this one: 

 

Found inside a Patrick Hellmann Collection suit. Probably made in Italy. 

And what does "Made in UE IVA PT" mean? I know UE means EU in Italian, and IVA means VAT. 

 

 

From another similar suit

 

post #2801 of 3233
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Originally Posted by dreamspace View Post
 

Here's a nut for the label geeks. I'm completely lost in this one: 

 

Found inside a Patrick Hellmann Collection suit. Probably made in Italy. 

And what does "Made in UE IVA PT" mean? I know UE means EU in Italian, and IVA means VAT. 


 

Spoilered for length (Click to show)

 

From another similar suit

 

 

Made in UE IVA PT = Made in the EU in tax zone PT (Portugal). The number below that text is the maker's tax number in Portugal which is registered to Diniz & Cruz Group.

post #2802 of 3233
I love this thread!

Can I get some help identifying the shoemaker for this pair of BB Peal & Co. suede wingtips that I purchased on clearance over the summer?
http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Peal-Co.%C2%AE-Distressed-Suede-Wingtips/MH00138_____DKBR_10H__D___,default,pd.html


The nail pattern looks different from C&J or Alfred Sargent.




post #2803 of 3233
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I love this thread!

Can I get some help identifying the shoemaker for this pair of BB Peal & Co. suede wingtips that I purchased on clearance over the summer?

99% sure those are Loake. Loake as been doing the heel nails in groups 3 for their BB Peals lately. It's probably some sort of variation on the Loake Apethorn:
http://www.loake.co.uk/bystyle/brogues/apethorn.html

The medallion looks identical and the stitching details look pretty close too.
post #2804 of 3233
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99% sure those are Loake. Loake as been doing the heel nails in groups 3 for their BB Peals lately. It's probably some sort of variation on the Loake Apethorn:
http://www.loake.co.uk/bystyle/brogues/apethorn.html

The medallion looks identical and the stitching details look pretty close too.

Thank you! I think you're right. Looks like this is the Sutherland in suede -- http://www.loake.co.uk/bystyle/brogues/sutherland.html
post #2805 of 3233
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Thank you! I think you're right. Looks like this is the Sutherland in suede -- http://www.loake.co.uk/bystyle/brogues/sutherland.html
It's not the Sutherland - no heel counter, larger broguing, different medallion, etc. Close, but it's much closer to the Apethorn in suede with a different sole IMO.
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