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Has anybody seen this before?

Also, does anybody know what this type of weave is called? Thanks!
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I went thrifting this morning when I finished my night shift. It´s been a good haul. Not really in term of grails but in term of quantity! PS there's one grail (to me) in the bunch, I let you guys know find out what it is!
 

Paul & Shark polo, made in Italy. Forgot to upload a picture of the actual garment:

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Giorgio Armani le Collezioni striped shirt. Legit? (I've never seen it with 'le' before 'Collezioni' and there seems to be no other labels):

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Barbour flannel shirt:

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Polo Ralph Lauren knit cardigan, pretty chunky. Legit? (PRL seems like one of the easily faked brands):

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2 Lanvin ties, one from France, the other from Canada. I know Lanvin's value is unpredictable because they've been thru phases. What do you guys think about these 2?:

 

Hugo Boss polo-shirt:

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Hugo Boss 3 buttons sport jacket, made in Slovenia:

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Hugo Boss zip-up polo:

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My grail for today: Luciano Barbera flannel shirt, with what appears to be black/smoked MOP buttons crowfoot stitched: 


 

Woolrich made in USA sweater:

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Nautica made in Canada POWish sport coat:

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Perhaps the first item is to hold the carrot in front of the horse's mouth like in cartoons  - provided of course that said carrot has a ring or carabiner attached to fasten this rod to :)

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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Has anybody seen this before?

Also, does anybody know what this type of weave is called? Thanks!

Yeah I've seen that on a few Stefano Ricci Luxury Collections. There's usually one on the keeper too.

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Lunchthrift:



This is the good kind BTW:



For the wifey:



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Originally Posted by hbkshin View Post

Yeah I've seen that on a few Stefano Ricci Luxury Collections. There's usually one on the keeper too.

Any idea what they are? I'm really bad with stones.

edit: I'm assuming something cheap. smile.gif
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Any idea what they are? I'm really bad with stones.


They're just cheap swarovski crystals. Parents ran a custom jewelry wholesale place years back when I as a kid and you could buy a bag of'em for a dollar.

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Originally Posted by ShawnBC View Post

I went thrifting this morning when I finished my night shift. It´s been a good haul. Not really in term of grails but in term of quantity! PS there's one grail (to me) in the bunch, I let you guys know find out what it is!

 
Paul & Shark polo, made in Italy. Forgot to upload a picture of the actual garment: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Giorgio Armani le Collezioni striped shirt. Legit? (I've never seen it with 'le' before 'Collezioni' and there seems to be no other labels): Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




 
Barbour flannel shirt: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




 
Polo Ralph Lauren knit cardigan, pretty chunky. Legit? (PRL seems like one of the easily faked brands): Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




2 Lanvin ties, one from France, the other from Canada. I know Lanvin's value is unpredictable because they've been thru phases. What do you guys think about these 2?:



 
Hugo Boss polo-shirt: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




 
Hugo Boss 3 buttons sport jacket, made in Slovenia: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




 
Hugo Boss zip-up polo: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




My grail for today: Luciano Barbera flannel shirt, with what appears to be black/smoked MOP buttons crowfoot stitched: 





 
Woolrich made in USA sweater: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Nautica made in Canada POWish sport coat: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



The Armani is fake.
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Found a few cool things today:
Levis buckle back slim fit military style cargo pants, my size N/A.
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POP!!!!
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Off the Row bespoke chesterfield from 88'
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Bespoke for the same guy, cant find a machine stitch on this bitch!
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Originally Posted by hbkshin View Post


They're just cheap swarovski crystals. Parents ran a custom jewelry wholesale place years back when I as a kid and you could buy a bag of'em for a dollar.

Cool, thanks for the info!
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post


The Armani is fake.

 

Thanks man. No need for it then, good thing I got it for free with another purchase. It's going back.

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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post
 

 

Leashmaster training lead.

 

Link.

HAHA I cheated, I just wrote Orvis customer service with the picture :lol:

 

Quote:

Hello Robert!

 

Thanks for the photo! That item is the LeashMaster Training Leash (item 4Y0E) which we sold for $49.00 and once offered on sale for $19.00. We offered this item in 2012 with the following description:

 

An innovative solution that prevents unwanted jumping. A dog can generate seven times its body weight when pulling against a leash. The LeashMaster incorporates a lightweight graphite shaft, which provides the leverage needed to help you maintain precise control of your dog at all times, eliminate jumping, and keep your dog close while delivering commands. Attaches like a standard lead and features a comfortable foam grip.

 

I hope this information is helpful!

 

Alexandra A.
Orvis Customer Service
customerservice@orvis.com
1-888-235-9763

 

 

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all this plus a large Tamrac bag
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post


Off the Row bespoke chesterfield from 88'


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I found a Paine piece a couple weeks ago, embarassed to say I walked by it for a couple weeks before i noticed how nice it was.  My little bit of research said that he worked for Anthony Sinclair and personally did some pieces for James Bond (Connerry era).  Nice find!

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Found a Richard Paine piece today, but it was literally mothholed beyond any redemption.

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