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post #406 of 1953
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Originally Posted by mhemant View Post
Good idea, but you've got the Cantarelli and Saint Andrew's label switched.

On the first thread? No they aren't.
post #407 of 1953
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post
I think that's Lardini. The low-end Italian maker for BB.
I concur on the label being Lardini. They also make suits/clothing for Ferragamo's men's line and also (I heard) some Italian Burberry and Dolce & Gabbana. I could be wrong about these last two, but for sure on Ferragamo. Agreed re: pushing their product in Japan. Prices seem substantially higher than I'd ever pay, so not sure how that will work as Japanese customers of suits have a HUGE range of options at every pricepoint, including MTM and bespoke common in every town/city. Snapped a few Tombolini labels, as I hadn't seen them posted yet. Another midrange maker, makes garments and some suits for Gianfranco Ferre, Dellacqua, and probably others. Also, I believe, they bought the Hilton/Vestimenta name, though currently these are (I think) just Tombolini.
post #408 of 1953
nvm
post #409 of 1953
Anyone know the model name of these C&Js?
post #410 of 1953
Any ideas who is the maker of this Bamford & Sons sport coat? It doesn't look like Caruso (attached thumbnail) Thanks in advance!
LL
post #411 of 1953
Grenson Masterpiece???

post #412 of 1953
^ Can very well be C&J. What's the code inside the lining?
post #413 of 1953
^^ Not sure, I'm deciding whether I should bid on them on eBay and there are no pics of the lining.
post #414 of 1953
^ Should ask for the pics of the lining, or at least what it says. The heels are identical with older C&J. Though the soles are similar to those of EG or GMP. They can be an older pair of C&J for EG too. Can't say for sure without the code.
post #415 of 1953
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
They can be an older pair of C&J for EG too.

Fairly sure that there's no such creature.
post #416 of 1953
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post
Fairly sure that there's no such creature.
Oops, my bad, C&J made shoes for older John Lobb. Do u have any insight on this pair?
post #417 of 1953
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
Oops, my bad, C&J made shoes for older John Lobb. Do u have any insight on this pair?

I would guess Sargent, but that is 70/30 odds. I could tell for sure with the interior writing.
post #418 of 1953
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Originally Posted by Grigory View Post
Any ideas who is the maker of this Bamford & Sons sport coat? It doesn't look like Caruso (attached thumbnail) Thanks in advance!

Caruso
post #419 of 1953
Are you sure? I have 3 Caruso suits made for various sellers (BB, Ma.Co, Adriano & Sons). They all have the same tag - not like this one.
post #420 of 1953
Mine have different tags as well.
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