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Holland and Sherry, Zegna, wools, flannels, donegals

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by edmorel, Oct 18, 2015.

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  1. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Some more fabric for sale...........

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    Grey with rust windowpane 95wool/5cashmere blend (no selvage) worsted flannel 12oz. 2.5yd cuts (multiple) $100 per 2.5 yd cut.

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    Grey/blue/black plaid, 100%wool (no selvage), 10/11oz, 3yd piece. Its a worsted fabric but has an interesting donegal effect. $100 for the piece (SOLD)

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    Drapers Five Star wool brown plaid. Very soft, feels like cashmere. 11/12oz, 2.5 yd piece $180

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    H&S super 140's "Discovery" navy flannel with blue/white stripes, 11/12oz. 4 yd piece $200

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    H&S cotton and silk blend, Khaki with a very slight ruse undertone (solaro-ish) 10oz, 2.25 yd piece $75 (SOLD)

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    H&S "Snowy River" super 120's summer garbadine, very light grey/oyster grey, 9oz $50/yd

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    H&S Air Force blue super 100's "Viceroy' Flannel. 3.5 yd piece 14/15oz, $150 (SOLD)

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    H&S "Kaleidoscope" flannel.12oz. Brown melange base with very faint blue stripes. 4yds, $150

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    Donegals, no selvages.

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    100% wool oatmeal donegal, 14/15oz, 2.5yd piece $75

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    100% wool oatmeal (darker than the above) donegal tweed. Flecks are white and various shades of brown.2.25 yd piece, 14/15oz $75 (SOLD)

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    100% wool blue donegal tweed. Flecks are white, shades of blue, green, brown. This is the nicest blue donegal I have ever seen. The shade of blue is not quite navy and the flecks set it off beautifully. 2.5yds, $100 14/15oz (SOLD)

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    100% wool light brown "spongy' donegal tweed. Flecks are shades of brown. 2.25yds, 14/15oz $75

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    Miscellany

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    55Wool/45linen brown/blue plaid. $40/yd, 9oz

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    H&S "nevada" khaki summer lightweight wool/linen/cotton. About 7/8oz. $40/yd

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    H&S "kaleidoscope" flannel. Burgundy/brown melange in a basketweave. 4 yds, $125

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    100% wool, navy large herringbone. This would make a gorgeous winter weight sportcoat, beautiful fabric with a terrific hand. 2.5yds, 15/16oz. $125

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    Wool/cashmere light blue Zegna (no selvage) herringbone summer weight, this is the most luxurious feeling fabric I have ever felt. 2.5 yds 8oz, $100

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    100% navy wool twill Zegna (no selvage), another beautiful cloth. just under 2.5 yds (2yds 17inches). 10oz $100

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    PPlaceholder so I don't lose the thread. Op gonna contact you tonight.
     
  4. Claghorn

    Claghorn Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Miscellany is by far one of Italy's most underrated cities in terms of fabric production.
     
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