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post #811 of 2171
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post

Loake

I think those are basically the Loake Buckingham. The medallion is identical anyway.
http://www.loake.co.uk/loake-1880/brogue/buckingham.html
post #812 of 2171

Thought Norton & Sons was at 16 Savile Row, but the tag says 20 Conduit St puzzled.gif

 

 

 

 

Can anyone shed a little more light on the maker?

post #813 of 2171
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Thought Norton & Sons was at 16 Savile Row, but the tag says 20 Conduit St puzzled.gif
Looks like Hoare & Tautz (E. Tautz & Sons and J Hoare & Co.) were on Conduit St when they were absorbed by N&S around 1968. They may have kept the space for them to work out of.

http://www.fashionmodeldirectory.com/brands/e-tautz/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norton_%26_Sons

This guide book lists N&S as having a location at 44 Conduit when it was written, though I can only find the original publication date of 1915 and that it is the seventeenth edition.
post #814 of 2171
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

I think those are basically the Loake Buckingham. The medallion is identical anyway.
http://www.loake.co.uk/loake-1880/brogue/buckingham.html

Thanks for the help guys!
post #815 of 2171
Just picked this pocket square up from the 'bay, but didn't read the description. I thought I was getting a Drake's pocket square, but it turns out it was a Burberry by Drake's pocket square according to the seller.

Can anyone confirm that this is in fact a Drake's pocket square? I know his initials are Michael Drake, but don't know if this is what the label is supposed to look like. (First possible Drake pocket square)
post #816 of 2171
Legit.
post #817 of 2171
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Legit.

Thanks Ich_Dien!
post #818 of 2171

New & Lingwood 'St. James's Handgrade Collection' oxfords, by ...?

 

Reminds me of EG's 'Cadogan', but with a couple of minor differences...can any experts help, please?

 

 

 

 

 

post #819 of 2171
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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

New & Lingwood 'St. James's Handgrade Collection' oxfords, by ...?

Reminds me of EG's 'Cadogan', but with a couple of minor differences...can any experts help, please?
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Looks like Grenson Masterpiece to me.
post #820 of 2171
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Originally Posted by jreigen View Post

Looks like Grenson Masterpiece to me.

+1
post #821 of 2171

Cheers, lads!

post #822 of 2171
Any guesses on this?
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Originally Posted by hooker4186 View Post

Picked up what seems like a pretty nice sportcoat today - black cashmere, patch pockets, Loro Piana fabric, only downside is it's unvented, but it fits me very well so I took a shot.
Any ideas on the maker?
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post #823 of 2171
All I know is what I found here:
http://facis.50webs.com/home.html

might be a start.
post #824 of 2171
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Originally Posted by Patrologia View Post

All I know is what I found here:
http://facis.50webs.com/home.html
might be a start.


I thought Facis made Facis. peepwall[1].gif

post #825 of 2171

I picked up this Prada jacket at a thrift store the other day. Can anyone help me with the maker? The tag doesn't look familiar, although I read Belvest and Cantarelli have made for Prada.

 

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