July 17, 2012
Old Long Island blog for a while now. If you are at all interested in the architecture, the once incredible fortunes of the Old Money set, or historical real estate, go enjoy what Zach has to offer you in his chronicle of the grand and quickly disappearing estates of Long Island.
July 16, 2012
Nautical and/or stamp enthusiasts may be interested to know about the new Sailboat stamped "Forever" rate postcards that set sail from Oyster Bay, NY last month. The printed stamp on the card is from a Burton Silverman painting depicting a sailboat moored off Long Island Sound. The Manhattan artist says his original oil painting was based on a photograph he took over a Memorial Day weekend in 1967. Only around 20 works out of 40,000 suggestions are chosen for Forever stamps each year.
July 6, 2012
July 5, 2012
October 29, 2011
website. When a gentleman finds himself in Charleston, he should consider this stop a must.
Panel caps were everywhere as were collegiate and regimental scarves.
Mostly Alden with some Crockett & Jones for good measure.
More regimental and emblematic ties than I could keep up with. This London Wasps is a favorite.
Their blazers are the best-fitting I've ever tried.
Blazer badges (and some barely visible buttons.)