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Rubinacci pocket square / handkerchief?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by woolymammoth, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. woolymammoth

    woolymammoth Senior member

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    This photo is from the Rubinacci website...does anyone know if this was a production pocket square...I ask because I really like it - thank you.

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    woolymammoth Senior member

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    I emailed and here is the answer... We are sorry but this 'Salottino Pompeiano' was realized just as ladies foulard and never as pochette.
     
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    If that is the case, it is HUGE and wouldn't fit in your pocket!!! They make the victory and others in a foulard and pochette, they are almost 3 times the price because they are that much bigger.
     
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    Yes many of the coolest designs are actually for the women's foulard. I think that many of the Rubinacci motifs are too complex for a small pochette. The available motifs are:
    Capodimonte
    Mediterraneo
    San Carlo
    Sirenuse
    Victory
    Galanterre (I think I spelled it wrong)

    I think that's all of them. All are available in Viola, Blu, Verde Aqua. These are are the latest colours, there might be some left of the old colours as well (yellow, pink, light blue, green, burgundy, black)
     

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