Menswear: Last Purchase (PICS thread, your OWN picture, NO stock pictures)


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saltz33
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264 posts since 1/10/12

posted 30 Aug 2020 10:42, edited 30 Aug 2020 10:42




Been after this Visvim Flying Ace for a while… amazing garabou yarn on the arm…. now need the temp to drop a bit.
Centurionone
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1436 posts since 30/3/11

30 Aug 2020 11:29
Quality of Good Art is as good as Chrome Hearts.
Sayword
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5281 posts since 1/4/07

30 Aug 2020 13:54
Centurionone wrote: Quality of Good Art is as good as Chrome Hearts.
yea, between g.a, bwl, chrome so far, its standard westcoast fine jewelry.

Goodfights fabric's and clothing options shit on chrome hearts clothing tho. Non leather of course…
Kingmob07
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9031 posts since 11/5/07

30 Aug 2020 15:44
Centurionone wrote: Quality of Good Art is as good as Chrome Hearts.

Is this a bad thing? Seen a lot of the GA on RnH, but figured it was overpriced.
Sayword
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5281 posts since 1/4/07

30 Aug 2020 19:21
Kingmob07 wrote:
Centurionone wrote: Quality of Good Art is as good as Chrome Hearts.

Is this a bad thing? Seen a lot of the GA on RnH, but figured it was overpriced.
I don't know what Centurionone is trying to get at; but any kind of jewelry of any kind of metal or stone, is really not worth the price you pay for it..

All jewelry is over spot price. So in essence you're wasting your money on jewelry anyway.


As far as quality of jewelry; it depends on the aesthetic of the type of jewelry you're buying. For example, this is a West coast/Rockstar influenced type of jewelry in the same vein as great frog London. I would say all well-known brands, if you're buying authentic versions of the jewelry, are all high-quality in the vein of the aesthetic that the jewelry is in.

for example this style of jewelry you would wanted to be weighty and have a nice feel, and be very sturdy to where it doesn't just break easily. All of the brands in this vein of aesthetic of jewelry are high-quality, if you want to call jewelry high quality.
pentonville
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749 posts since 12/3/12

30 Aug 2020 20:22
saltz33 wrote: Visvim Flying Ace

Cool
discobobulated
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31 Aug 2020 10:33
pentonville wrote:
saltz33 wrote: Visvim Flying Ace is ace

Cool
Centurionone
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posted 31 Aug 2020 10:57, edited 31 Aug 2020 10:57
Sayword wrote:
Kingmob07 wrote:
Centurionone wrote: Quality of Good Art is as good as Chrome Hearts.

Is this a bad thing? Seen a lot of the GA on RnH, but figured it was overpriced.
I don't know what Centurionone is trying to get at; but any kind of jewelry of any kind of metal or stone, is really not worth the price you pay for it..

All jewelry is over spot price. So in essence you're wasting your money on jewelry anyway.


As far as quality of jewelry; it depends on the aesthetic of the type of jewelry you're buying. For example, this is a West coast/Rockstar influenced type of jewelry in the same vein as great frog London. I would say all well-known brands, if you're buying authentic versions of the jewelry, are all high-quality in the vein of the aesthetic that the jewelry is in.

for example this style of jewelry you would wanted to be weighty and have a nice feel, and be very sturdy to where it doesn't just break easily. All of the brands in this vein of aesthetic of jewelry are high-quality, if you want to call jewelry high quality.

What I meant is Good Art is a welcome addition to a market that was once dominated by Chrome Hearts ! I visited the foundry in LA , was impressed with Josh's dedication to quality and attention to detail. I have become a fan and a collector since.
bertoni
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1315 posts since 29/9/11

31 Aug 2020 11:13
There's always some second hand Good Art over on the Iron Heart forum.
discobobulated
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4 Sep 2020 16:26

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