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post #2971 of 3236
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Originally Posted by coloRLOw View Post

i thought belvest too when first look, but after check some belvest tags, i doubt because they have some significant differences.smile.gif

Just for reference, here are the two tags on the Hermes pants:


post #2972 of 3236

interesting

 

i just check some belvest and hermes staff on ebay

 

all belvest clothing ( suit,sc,pants) and hermes scs(not those by cifonelli) have same tag like this

 

but all hermes pants use the tag as you post, by the meantime, belvest doesn't use this tag for their own pants.

 

edit:

some herms scs have this tag. the bottom of the form is similar to that we mention 

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so now i almost believe they all are belvest.

thank you @bpk1


Edited by coloRLOw - 1/25/16 at 7:24pm
post #2973 of 3236

Any thoughts on the maker here?  It's a suit for Louis Boston

 

post #2974 of 3236
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Originally Posted by Tom Pepper View Post

Any thoughts on the maker here?  It's a suit for Louis Boston


Looks like saint andrews/santandrea to me
post #2975 of 3236

st andrews +1

post #2976 of 3236
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Originally Posted by conak View Post

Anyone have ideas on this pair of near-mint cordovan PTBs I picked up? Obviously some British maker produced them for "Fellman ltd" which I've never heard of but seems to have gone out of business long ago. The sole made me instantly think Trickers, but the inside markings make me wonder... Any ideas?




Anyone have ideas? I have 2 pairs of trickers 1boot, 1 PTB) with the same exact sole, but every Trickers I've seen has hand written internal markings, not the printed one here. Did Trickers at one time print the inner markings? Or do other makers use the same soles?
post #2977 of 3236

Feel like I should know this. I'm guessing Belvest or Corneliani.

 

Thanks.

 

 

post #2978 of 3236
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Originally Posted by Reosymes View Post

Feel like I should know this. I'm guessing Belvest or Corneliani.

Thanks.





Looks like old Corn to me

Edit: actually I think you're right, more like Belvest according to this thread
post #2979 of 3236
Writing in Corneliani is different, so I'm assuming Belvest
post #2980 of 3236
Anyone familiar with these? One is for Etro but doesn't look like Boglioli.

etro.jpg

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post #2981 of 3236
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Originally Posted by dazedstate View Post


Looks like old Corn to me

Edit: actually I think you're right, more like Belvest according to this thread

 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by usctrojans31 View Post

Writing in Corneliani is different, so I'm assuming Belvest

 

Thanks, guys!

post #2982 of 3236
This is probably obvious and I'm missing it. Label is Bijan


post #2983 of 3236


Etro suit in navy linen. Now, I know Boglioli makes their stuff, but this isn't a Boglioli tag. Who is it? There's a bit of handiwork, namely handsewn interior lining and pick-stiching by hand along the collar lining. The chest is canvassed down to the buttonholes with fused lapels.
post #2984 of 3236

Hi,

 

I'd be grateful if anyone could shed some light on the maker of these shoes. Can't recall seeing that logo before and neither a google search nor my local cobbler could help!

 

 

 

post #2985 of 3236
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

This is probably obvious and I'm missing it. Label is Bijan


Bumpity?

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