Today is a good example of why we handbag girls shouldn't have a day off. I was doing my daily check on Chloe bags posted to eBay and came across this http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140105850242 I almost fainted because not only was it a loaf, it was what I thought was a craie loaf. Now, I had just been lucky enough several days ago to list a want it now ad on eBay and acquired a gorgeous yummy craie loaf (I think it was destiny or the gods or something because I have been wanting a craie or sable forever and this Saturday is my birthday). The craie loaf I bought, said craie on the tag. Now several days later another craie appears or so I thought. I started emailing the seller about the color, and she kept saying it was calcaire. I kept saying you must mean craie, then she posted a close up of the tag and sure enough it said calcaire (2005). Then D&G was kind enough to mention that her sable didn't have a sable tag and possibly this bag was sable. The colors are close and hard to distinguish in pictures. So I asked if the person would consider a buy it now, hoping they might post it for a couple hundred more. Before I knew it the BIN was attached at the original retail of $1540 and thinking it could possibly be sable I jumped on it. In retrospect I probably should have just bid it out, because I know $1540 is high and it may not have gotten there from $1100. Anyway.. Didn't have time to go through the authenticate process (a definite no no) I never do that. But I saw that Nordstrom's receipt, that loaf and that color name and just went nuts. So I really need all of your help now. First does the bag look authentic, that is most important. I did pay using my credit card on paypal so I have so backup just in case. The second biggest question is, does anyone have a Chloe sable bag and if so what does the tag say regarding style and color. Third, has anyone seen calcaire on a Chloe tag from 2005?