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Price for Turnbull&Asser silk braces?

The Silverfox

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Title says it all really. Can anyone please tell me how much a pair of T&A silk braces would run me?

Also, if anyone happens to know, do they come in size XL at 115 cm?

Thanks in advance
 

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In the totalitarian world of the future, they will cost 2,500 credits.
 

The Silverfox

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Ah silly me, I can't believe I wasn't aware of the online store. The online store also had a sizing chart, and apparently they only have L in silk, which is too short for me, so I got both of my questions answered.

Thanks for the help, and thanks for the price forecast for when the totalitarian regime takes over.
 

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From my understanding, the braces at T&A, along with the braces at most of the other jermyn street and savile row shops, are in fact made by Albert Thurston.

However, the shop chooses the materials they order from AT, and I'm not aware of other places where they use the kind of silk used in neckties for the cloth.
 

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