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Sorry, I'll answer my own post it's - Sartoria Partenopea!
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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:
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Ah, see I was referencing this pair, which seem to be clearly Cheaney (sock liner, sole pattern, etc).

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If they are English, does that mean they are a size smaller (8.5? 9?) than the 9.5 stamped?
9.5 UK = ~10.5 US in men's sizing.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoe_size#Adults
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Ah, see I was referencing this pair, which seem to be clearly Cheaney (sock liner, sole pattern, etc).

Hmmm. Is it possible that Cheaney makes shoes for Grenson? These soles/heels look just like the ones you linked.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Grenson-English-Bench-Made-Cordovan-Leather-Tassel-Loafers-US-sz-12-D-Excellent-/160868651209?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item257484d0c9

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Any way to tell from this label which Hickey Freeman collection this might be?

 

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Any way to tell from this label which Hickey Freeman collection this might be?

 


Not particularly. But I believe that is the current label.

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Originally Posted by The Dork View Post

Any way to tell from this label which Hickey Freeman collection this might be?

 


Not particularly. But I believe that is the current label.

Yes, this is the current label "Silver Collection" They currently have two collections (and bespoke), they silver is the lower quality and the "Mahogany Collection" is the higher quality stuff.

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This is a picture of a vintage shoe interior wall - does anyone recognize it, know the maker?
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Tag from Brooks Brothers made in Italy suit. Any idea on maker?

 

 

 

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Tag from Brooks Brothers made in Italy suit. Any idea on maker?






Lardini:
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

From a Brooks Brothers Sport Coat "Made in Italy", but I have seen the same label in Donna Karan suits also.... any help would be great!!!

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Lardini. Nothing to write home about.
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Any help on this one?

 

 

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Any help on this one?

 

 

I knew this looked similar (didnt go though all 800+ posts) but found the below quick..... looks very very similar, but not exact. Maybe a tad newer?

 

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Anyone have any thoughts on this? It's difficult to read, I know...
If it helps, here's a text reading of what I can make out:

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Modello Agnone/A
Taglia 52
Composizione Tessuto
80% Lana 20% Seta
???? 100% Cupro Bemberg
Legge 88??? 26/11/73 Made in Italy
(more numbers)
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And here's big pics of all the labels on the suit...
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Very old Caruso.
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Could anyone help me with this one?

Yeah I was thinking it was a lot like this one...only with the added care symbols at the bottom. This one was suggested to be Caruso as well, but there was never a definitive answer...that I could find.

 

Thanks

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Any help on this one?




That's the same label that's in the Albert Goldberg Faconnable jacket I thrifted last week. I was under the impression they were made by Cantarelli.
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