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post #451 of 2244
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Could anyone help me with this one?

Is that an old Zegna?
post #452 of 2244
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


Is that an old Zegna?

I don't think it's Zegna, even several years old
my vote is for older Caruso.. I'm out of town, but can look when I return
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post #454 of 2244
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Can anyone tell me who makes these shoes by the nail pattern?
post #455 of 2244
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Can anyone tell me who makes these shoes by the nail pattern?

The single nail pattern, slight fiddle waist and smaller heel cap looks like Alfred Sargent. Here is the bottom of the AS Ramsey:

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I will say, however that the Ovadia last looks slightly pointier than the 99 on the Ramsey. Might just be the angle, though.
post #456 of 2244
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Here is two interior shots of the shoe but on different pairts
post #457 of 2244
Any ideas as to the maker of this "Made in Italy" Carroll & Co. blazer? Any tips would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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post #458 of 2244
The tag looks like Lardini to me.
post #459 of 2244
Hi
Labels pictured below from an Italian made Harrods sports jacket - do any of you recognize the labels? I'd love to know who made this for Harrods.

All the best


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post #460 of 2244
Would appreciate help in determining who made these Made in England shoes - I picked them up at a moving sale this weekend along with a pair of Trickers. Based on reading this forum and researching on EBAY, I went from Cheaney to C&J to AS . The label is Bowen - a chain of stores in and around Paris - who sold a line of Made in England shoes. A dealer on EBAY sells some of their shoes - ad states their made by C&J. However, on the bottom of the dealer's page, there's an apology and a statement that the shoes are actually made by Alfred Sargent???467467263263263

Thanks in Advance!
post #461 of 2244
Quick question about Zegna Couture. Do the recent labels just say "Ermenigildo Zegna"? (sp) I picked up a dress shirt with that label, and it has the asterisk logo on the gusset of the shirt. (Which I thought is only Zegna Couture)
post #462 of 2244
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Originally Posted by rubbishtheory View Post

Hi
Labels pictured below from an Italian made Harrods sports jacket - do any of you recognize the labels? I'd love to know who made this for Harrods.

All the best


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Ironic. I came in this thread to ask about a really nice Zanell coat with that same label. Mine is fully canvassed, lots of handwork, and even has real mother of pearl buttons. I'm very interested to find out who this maker is.
post #463 of 2244

hi everyone smile.gif

im trying to find the maker/brand name of these particular chelsea boots

they were made in england in the 70's i think

i only have the following pics below. thanks in advance for any help

 

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post #464 of 2244

fce0bfc4_2011-11-05_15-31-42_682.jpegThrifted this yesterday and I love the look/fit. Anyone have any knowledge of the maker? Forgive the terrible pictures.

 

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post #465 of 2244

I am completely lost with this, please help. Thanks in advance!

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