Mini/Asian sized cabat for US customers

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  1. By the way, since I recently looked into ordering the ottone and platinum ossidato pieces, I should share this information that I got:


    Mini Ottone Cabat - $3,800
    l x w x h

    12.3 x 6.1 x 8.8 in.


    Mini Platinum Ossidato Cabat - $4,300

    Medium(I think?) Ottone Cabat- $5,300

    15.6 x 6.4 x 9.8 in.


    Large Ottone Cabat (according to my source, this is no longer available for purchase) - $5,650

    17.6 x 7.8 x 12.9 in.


    Ottone Sloane - $ 2,480

    15 x 4 x 13 in.


    The trick to getting the mini size in the U.S. is to work through the Hawaii stores. I suspect the Hawaii stores get the mini sizes due to the large number of Asian customers that patronize their stores.

    I hope this helps someone! Personally, the mini works better for me.
     
  2. Thanks jll! I really have been thinking about the medium ottone cabat!
     
  3. This is such great (and super dangerous) information, thanks a lot jll9!! Now I can dream away happily.:girlsigh:
     
  4. thanks for posting the info.
     
  5. thanks for the great info... the price of the asian cabat is comparable in HK but not the sloane (more ex in Hong Kong) interesting!
     
  6. thanks for the info.
    any modeling pic of the mini?
     
  7. When we were in Hawaii I saw the mini Cabat in the multi-pastel color and fell in love with it. Wish I could have managed the price. It was so gorgeous. They did tell me that size isn't available on the mainland, sadly.
     
  8. thanks for the link jill. it looks really good on jeshika. The measurement is 12.3 x 6.1 x 8.8 ? It looks a bit bigger than that on the modeling picture.

    boxermom, multi pastel color must be very lovely.
    <sigh> where is my money tree?