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A Dunhill cowhide belt is around 190 euros.

In you opinion, what is the part of the buckle in the price?
 

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If it is a good, gold-filled Italian buckle, then:

20% buckle
10% leather
70% designer name
 

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I am talking about palladium plated buckle.

Do you thing that 20 euros is a good price for the buckle?
 

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If it is a good, gold-filled Italian buckle, then:

20% buckle
10% leather
70% designer name
Let's say I'd like to get a new belt without paying the 70% for the designer, who makes nice quality *no name* belts?

Thanks
 

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