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  1. dieworkwear

    Cashmere cable knit sweaters built like the old stuff

    I'm looking to buy a cashmere cable knit sweater, preferably made like the old Scottish stuff that everyone keeps raving about. Lockie's Heather Wallace store seemed promising, but 42" is too big for my 36" inch chest. Hawick apparently does MTO, and has 50 different colors, but they charge $595...
  2. softy

    Reduced---Avon Celli cashmere/silk v-neck sweater, SMALL [Luxury Italian knitwear]

    REDUCED: $225 $199 $189 Size: SMALL Color: Sand/beige Composition: 70% cashmere/30% silk Condition: Worn twice, like new. With tags and bag. Manufacture: Italy Retail: $825 Notes: Avon Celli is the legendary knitwear brand founded by Pasquale Celli in 1922 and known for its fine quality...

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