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Fugg it.

Bahh, why did you delete what was there? I'm sure that would have set some pants on fire. biggrin.gif Either way, I got what you were saying.
post #44222 of 110178
Here's a question for you gurus of resale:

A friend has just gotten divorced. She wants to sell the diamond in her wedding ring but keep the gold. Diamond is appraised at $6K but she'd be happy with $1.5K.

I told her to throw it on kijiji (local sale, buyer can inspect) but she said she's heard of friends in similar situations and there were no takers.

***Is this a common situation for divorced women?
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Anyone have any suggestions?
post #44223 of 110178
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post

I forgot those even existed. You should have brought a flask just in case. That's why suit's have breast pockets, right? nod[1].gif I mean, they aren't used for storing wallets, keys, papers....
We left our wedding reception between 5:00-6:00am. Our alcohol budget surpasses food. No joke.

Our bar tab for our reception in Milwaukee cost more than our actual wedding in Thailand. FYI, Milwaukee is the drunkest city in the country.
post #44224 of 110178
Quote Originally Posted by FaceOfBoh View Post

Here's a question for you gurus of resale:
A friend has just gotten divorced. She wants to sell the diamond in her wedding ring but keep the gold. Diamond is appraised at $6K but she'd be happy with $1.5K.
I told her to throw it on kijiji (local sale, buyer can inspect) but she said she's heard of friends in similar situations and there were no takers.
***Is this a common situation for divorced women?
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Anyone have any suggestions?

The appraisal value is for insurance only , no one will ever give you that ammount.  Her best bet is taking it to a shop where they will give her trade value for someting else. (Pawn or Jeweler) 

 

Does she have any certs on the diamond? GIA, AGS?

post #44225 of 110178
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Originally Posted by Mox C View Post


50*2 * 0.3937 = 39.37"
So 39R to 40R
Subtracting ten gets more inaccurate the further you get away from 50R/40R.
60*2 * 0.3937 = 47.24"
60R - 10 gives you 50R, not the actual 47R, so you end up almost 3" off, but it works well enough around the more common sizes.

 

Thanks for posting the formula for EURO-to-US suit/sportcoat conversion ...

US = EURO * 2 * 0.3937

 

Do you have one like this that would work for trousers?

post #44226 of 110178

Hello all,

 

I only started thrifting a few weeks ago, but I finally had a decent day.

 

5 really good condition Ermenegildo Zegna ties

 

 

700

 

700

 

700

 

700

 

700

 

700

 

The black one is definitely my favorite, but all are really cool.

 

Dark blue one does have a stain on the front that can probably come out.

 

I also found these really cool (possibly vintage?) Church's Hand grade saddles.

 

 

700

 

700

 

I googled "Church's Harvard" but couldn't find anything.  

 

Thanks to you all for turning me on to a new hobby!

 

p.s.  Admins, can I request a name change?  When I signed up I didn't realize there was already an EazyE.

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Anyone live near Danville, CA, that could possibly proxy a "Local Pick Up Only" eBay item and have it sent to me? Will reward with proxy fee or some fine menswear.
post #44228 of 110178
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Originally Posted by Easy E View Post

Hello all,

I only started thrifting a few weeks ago, but I finally had a decent day.

5 really good condition Ermenegildo Zegna ties














The black one is definitely my favorite, but all are really cool.

Dark blue one does have a stain on the front that can probably come out.

I also found these really cool (possibly vintage?) Church's Hand grade saddles.






I googled "Church's Harvard" but couldn't find anything.
 
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Thanks to you all for turning me on to a new hobby!

p.s.  Admins, can I request a name change?  When I signed up I didn't realize there was already an EazyE.

It's all good, as long as you don't kop my avatar, I think people will be able to tell us apart. biggrin.gif
post #44229 of 110178
Those Churchs are on a great last. What size are they, I can't make it out?
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upon further review, i am not convinced these are sharkskin. any guesses? i'm pretty srue they're some sort of exotic and not a stamped leather

post #44231 of 110178

Went to a couple places today. Pretty dry out there... All I got was a pair of flat front NWT unhemmed 38 Hickey Freeman dress pants in olive (available)... 

post #44232 of 110178
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Originally Posted by mainy View Post

upon further review, i am not convinced these are sharkskin. any guesses? i'm pretty srue they're some sort of exotic and not a stamped leather
700

 

My mother wore shoes like these in the 70s. My mother also had feet like a linebacker. And a moustache as well. Maybe those are my mother's shoes. Maybe she was actually my grandfather in disguise. I just dunno.

post #44233 of 110178
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Originally Posted by Randy View Post

My mother wore shoes like these in the 70s. My mother also had feet like a linebacker. And a moustache as well. Maybe those are my mother's shoes. Maybe she was actually my grandfather in disguise. I just dunno.
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post #44234 of 110178
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Originally Posted by mainy View Post

upon further review, i am not convinced these are sharkskin. any guesses? i'm pretty srue they're some sort of exotic and not a stamped leather
700

Indeed they are, and quite valuable, if you have patience to wait for the right buyer.

 

 Check them out here

http://issuu.com/allenedmonds/docs/spring-1978-catalog

Page 27.

post #44235 of 110178
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Indeed they are, and quite valuable, if you have patience to wait for the right buyer.

 

 Check them out here

http://issuu.com/allenedmonds/docs/spring-1978-catalog

Page 27.

 

That's crazy! How'd you find that?

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