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 does anyone have a contact email for harrisons/lesser? They arent responding when I email using the 'contact' page on their website, and my old contact isnt responding either (they send swatches/bunches so I know they are receiving the emails, but they aren't replying when I try to place an order)

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Have you tried calling?
post #10683 of 11342
I believe they are on their annual summer break
post #10684 of 11342
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

 does anyone have a contact email for harrisons/lesser? They arent responding when I email using the 'contact' page on their website, and my old contact isnt responding either (they send swatches/bunches so I know they are receiving the emails, but they aren't replying when I try to place an order)

When did you place your order? I had a similar problem about 3 weeks ago. Placed an order for 2 lengths of finmeresco but didn't hear a word from them for 2 weeks. Called them. Turns out they actually cut the cloths the day i placed my order but all their emails to me to complete the order bounced, so they were waiting for me to contact them.
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I tried to order (not sure if it went through) last week. I'll call and see what's up.
post #10686 of 11342

Harrisons Archive Flannel is now available. All are 100%pure new wool 16oz/470g

 

It is a collection of replicated  patterns inspired from archives, dating back to the early 20th Century.

 

Each piece is carefully warped by hand, then woven on vintage looms, which are managed by experienced operators, whose keen eyes ensure the very highest quality in production. Woven pieces are taken to specialised finishers to begin the important process of milling and cropping the fabric to give a timeless and elegant cloth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #10687 of 11342

Any good source for Holland and Sherry linen?

post #10688 of 11342
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I tried to order (not sure if it went through) last week. I'll call and see what's up.

There are several professions that should never be allowed to take vacations: fabric weavers, tailors, cordwainers, mechanics, plumbers, lawyers, and doctors.
post #10689 of 11342
Can anyone purchase directly with Harrison's or must you have a business affiliation?
post #10690 of 11342
Well, you can order from their website...
post #10691 of 11342
Oof that Harrisons is lovely (I bet $$$$, a response to Fox's success) - I like the 90305 but don't think I could pull it off.

Can anyone ID this tweed? On a bespoke sportcoat from about a decade ago - thick, soft hand; if it's still available I'd like to buy some:



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Originally Posted by SimonC View Post

Oof that Harrisons is lovely (I bet $$$$, a response to Fox's success) - I like the 90305 but don't think I could pull it off.

Can anyone ID this tweed? On a bespoke sportcoat from about a decade ago - thick, soft hand; if it's still available I'd like to buy some:




Wow. Gorgeous. Me too...if you find out what it is or find a source, I'd be in for at least 3 meters.
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^ http://www.islaywoollenmill.co.uk/shop/tweeds/k-range/

So many thanks worship2.gif

Money, meet mouth. Ordered before I have second thoughts....
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Originally Posted by Merino Bros View Post

Harrisons Archive Flannel is now available. All are 100%pure new wool 16oz/470g

It is a collection of replicated  patterns inspired from archives, dating back to the early 20th Century.

Each piece is carefully warped by hand, then woven on vintage looms, which are managed by experienced operators, whose keen eyes ensure the very highest quality in production. Woven pieces are taken to specialised finishers to begin the important process of milling and cropping the fabric to give a timeless and elegant cloth.



























Is this the whole line, if not can you take some more pictures of the rest?
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