Have you tried that Ferragamo archive site. You might be able to pinpoint the model name and then research the materials that way.
Weird.. my malware protection program keeps blocking the site -- calling it a potentially malicious site. Never seen it do that before.
Some thoughts on Free shipping (pros and cons). I've heard it raises your items if people aren't sorting by price or time, but...
Recently got Power Seller rating and had my first month of reduced shipping and 20% discount on Final Value Fee.
Noticed that the 20% fee reduction does NOT apply to shipping. So if I want that (20-30 cents per item), I have to put free shipping on it and roll the shipping into the price of the item. That means that on any returns, I'll have to refund my shipping costs as part of the original purchase price... doesn't sound like a good deal from a risk perspective -- you break even if 1 out of 40ish items is returned?
I do free shipping with no returns and have been a Top Rated / Power Seller for a while. It's not worth the possible hassle and amount of savings is SO minimal. Ebay tries to make it sound like a lot but it really isnt. $100 item = $10 fee = $2-3 savings. So its not really 20-30% its really 2-3%, WTF. It costs me 5-15% just so ship a $100 item depending on where it's going.
...though one can sell bundled lots of low-margin items and double (more or less) your investment. Takes time to find the items, but people do buy them, and they don't necessarily have to be in pristine condition. Example. I've done it a couple times and was happy with the result, but it's obviously not as nice as flipping one higher-end item.
It's the circle of ebay: wowniceshirt buys a Poole from me for $60, lists it at $250 OBO: