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post #1321 of 1594

@C&A Any suggestions for identifying that fabric in addition to the photo? 

post #1322 of 1594
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Originally Posted by TweedyProf View Post


Sorry for delayed reply. It is O4

It' s OK dear @TweedyProf.

Thank you very much for your reply.

Again, a real life picture highlights the beauty of the fabric! Alas, I cannot say the same for the site pictures. IMHO your swatch - exactly as it appears in your post - is closer to L1 than to O1. At any rate, I think it would be a great make-up for the coming Fall.

For the same period, I am considering a Forest Green which does not yet appear in the site.

Best Regards,

Dimitris
post #1323 of 1594
Damn it @C&A

Well I hope others beat me to it. I'm thinking fall-winter already. That's a nice fit, but is it Manton or you? The linen is not too coarse in weave?
post #1324 of 1594
That looks like Manton in a Solito nailhead fresco and a Rubinacci Victory square. The fact that I'm pretty certain of the ID means I've been on this board for way too long.
post #1325 of 1594
Definitely Manton.
post #1326 of 1594
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Originally Posted by TweedyProf View Post

Damn it @C&A

Well I hope others beat me to it. I'm thinking fall-winter already. That's a nice fit, but is it Manton or you? The linen is not too coarse in weave?

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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

That looks like Manton in a Solito nailhead fresco and a Rubinacci Victory square. The fact that I'm pretty certain of the ID means I've been on this board for way too long.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

Definitely Manton.

yes it is manton. the linen is not too coarse tweedy prof. iirc manton bought the same tie for mafoofan. there should be a picture here somewhere. if indeed true i guess i've also been on this board too long. manton's suiting fabric (if that's what you were asking mr six) is a woodhouse nailhead fresco iirc
post #1327 of 1594
Sorry, I meant is there a way to identify that fabric for Patrizio in addition to the picture? Sometimes my meaning seems to get lost in translation when I email him (and photos don't get delivered).
post #1328 of 1594
I have had luck taking msft photo and circling fabrics i wanted and embeddibg photo in the text of the email to Patrizio. Agree, photos as attachments don't work
post #1329 of 1594
Today, two new ties arrived. One went straight on.


post #1330 of 1594

@Cleav those are both gloriously simple. How wide do you normally get your ties>?

post #1331 of 1594
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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post

@Cleav
 those are both gloriously simple. How wide do you normally get your ties>?

9cm mate, personally don't like em slimmer. I know it's been said before too but Pat(!)rizio does make a seriously fabulous tie nod[1].gif
post #1332 of 1594

Agreed regarding width. I think 9.5 cm/3.75" is my sweet spot, though 9cm is perfectly fine...it's certainly a tad old fashioned by today's standards, but I wouldn't feel comfortable going anywhere skinnier than 9cm.

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post #1334 of 1594
Bored at a conference, so you all are getting a dump of Patrizio p0rn from a recent order. Mostly summer ties, one chalky madder from a rainy spring day.





post #1335 of 1594
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Originally Posted by WillingToLearn View Post

Bored at a conference, so you all are getting a dump of Patrizio p0rn from a recent order. Mostly summer ties, one chalky madder from a rainy spring day.






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