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Oh, wow, you are SO observant!
That's a really good question; the label seems to say "Au Bo..."
...Who knows, if it was Swiss, maybe Pierre Gilliard introduced it to her!
That would be interesting if the company still existed today. Perhaps if we find out, we could notify the business! "The last Empress of Russia used your yarn!"
Quotethe label seems to say "Au Bo..." The Good...?
the label seems to say "Au Bo..."
perhaps even her mother had used it. AF seemed to have brand loyalty.
Quote from: blessOTMA on December 01, 2011, 01:59:00 PMQuotethe label seems to say "Au Bo..." The Good...? Yes! I can see the N now! "Au Bon"!
I sent an e-mail to ask for their help here:http://www.vintageknits.com/
I think it could be the famous first department store in Paris (France) "Au Bon Marché" (now " Le Bon Marché").Here is the article on Wikipedia (the French verson is more complete): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Bon_March%C3%A9