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post #826 of 1953
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Originally Posted by DeadBoy View Post

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.

 


It looks like a Cantarelli label.

post #827 of 1953
I posted this in a new thread, but someone suggested I post this here:

Any idea who makes these? Someone suggested Cheaney and that the insert is a replacement. If they are English, does that mean they are a size smaller (8.5? 9?) than the 9.5 stamped?




post #828 of 1953
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Originally Posted by thenewguy View Post

I posted this in a new thread, but someone suggested I post this here:
Any idea who makes these? Someone suggested Cheaney and that the insert is a replacement. If they are English, does that mean they are a size smaller (8.5? 9?) than the 9.5 stamped? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
If they are English they could be half a size or a full size smaller in U.S. sizes it depends on the brand and the last.
post #829 of 1953

Has anyone seen this Brooks Brothers label before? Almost looked faked or very old? puzzled.gif

 

 

post #830 of 1953

 

 

 

 

 

These have been partly resoled and reheeled. The do have Made in England in all caps (romans) across the arch. Small triangles along the stitch groove.

 

Any ideas?

post #831 of 1953
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Originally Posted by thenewguy View Post

I posted this in a new thread, but someone suggested I post this here:
Any idea who makes these? Someone suggested Cheaney and that the insert is a replacement. If they are English, does that mean they are a size smaller (8.5? 9?) than the 9.5 stamped?

 

 

 

Loake and...

 

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

 

 

These have been partly resoled and reheeled. The do have Made in England in all caps (romans) across the arch. Small triangles along the stitch groove.

 

Any ideas?

 

...Cheaney, I'd say.

post #832 of 1953
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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

 

 

...Cheaney, I'd say.

Thanks...I think I am leaning toward Grenson now...any thoughts? Looks nearly identical except for the word "Grenson"

 

post #833 of 1953
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Thanks...I think I am leaning toward Grenson now...any thoughts? Looks nearly identical except for the word "Grenson"


They are Grenson. Here' s link to a NOS pair on eBay, which are Grenson:

Link
post #834 of 1953
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post


They are Grenson. Here' s link to a NOS pair on eBay, which are Grenson:
Link

Thanks! Those are the exact same shoes too.

post #835 of 1953
Is this Samuelsohn? I posted http://www.styleforum.net/t/79716/ask-a-question-get-an-answer-post-all-quick-questions-here/17610#post_5768956.


post #836 of 1953
Someone refresh my memory....


post #837 of 1953

 

Samuelsohn, pretty sure.

 

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Someone refresh my memory....

 

 

I'm pretty sure this is Samuelsohn. The other two...Not so sure.

post #838 of 1953
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

 

Samuelsohn, pretty sure.

 

 

I'm pretty sure this is Samuelsohn. The other two...Not so sure.

+1

post #839 of 1953
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


 

 

I'm now thinking this could be Zegna...Anyone?

post #840 of 1953
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