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The Merrow

The Merrow

SKU: 11032

Classic Collection
Pocket Square
Green Piping
11″ x 11″

Handcrafted in Los Angeles

  • Description

    Product Description

    Classic Collection

    The Classic Collection’s pieces are the cornerstone of PSC’s design aesthetic. Constructed in a variety of fabrics (including wools, cottons, and silks) and original patterns, these Classic items are cleverly nuanced, but always elegant.

  • Reviews (5)


    1. out of 5


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    2. out of 5


      This “free sharing” of intaomofirn seems too good to be true. Like communism.

    3. out of 5


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    4. out of 5


      Hi Tren! See now I LOVE THAT. I’ve done huge Christmas/New Years dinners for the enrtie extended family a couple of times and as chaotic as they were they really were the best of times. My brother is the only one of my siblings who is married with kids and we kinda all share in that, but I love that we got extra family members when he married my SIL and I see her as a sister we have regular coffee hours in the morning where we get together to talk heroes, books, clothes, shoes, TV etc. And now we have the added bonus of my eldest niece dating one of my best friend’s son. If they ever get married that wedding will be quite a party!

    5. out of 5


      It’s just as mad here in England. But we are not all as polite as you about it Only an idiot tihkns we gain daylight by doing this. On top of the time wasted to change clocks, clearly whatever you save in the morning you lose exactly the same amount in the evening. Obviously. Everyone knows that. Except idiots.The time taken to change clocks (and timetables) is a non-productive drain on society. Perhaps it was only a minor inconvenience when every home had just one clock in the hall that needed to be regularly synchronised with BBC chimes anyway. Today it is lunacy.Changing time is a significant cost for every local business, and it is an enormous cost for every global business. Jet-lag is a real drain too. We force the whole country to endure an hour’s jet-lag twice a year. Ridiculous.Some people prefer brighter mornings. Some people prefer brighter afternoons. Don’t try to justify clocking with bullshit about getting closer to nature. The cockerel doesn’t suddenly decide to crow sixty minutes earlier. Cows don’t realise when it’s GMT and trudge down for milking accordingly. Crops ripen according to the sun, not the clock.I would prefer to stay on BST. Others would prefer to stay on GMT. But just leave the damn thing alone.

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