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The small Spagnoli workshop, where in 1933 only 5 or 6 workers were employed, continued to perfect the product, presenting its garments (shawls, sweaters, boleros) at shows and exhibitions, and utilising the commercial channels of Perugina.

The excellent quality achieved caught the attention of the government, which was able to see the possibilities of the development of this budding industry given that in the early thirties, a national plan was launched to increase the production of meat, leather and rabbit fur .

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