WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court rejected an appeal Monday from Saks Fifth Avenue and Harvé Benard Ltd. and sent a cashmere labeling case back to a lower court for trial.

As is common, the high court didn’t comment when referring the case to the U.S. District Court in Boston to decide whether Saks and Benard sold cashmere blazers in 1996 that didn’t contain the precious fiber. The retailer and manufacturer are accused of running afoul of federal rules requiring accurate disclosure of fiber contention garment labels.

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