Hermès

"Mors & Filets" Silk Pocket Square, 16" x 16"

In stock
SKU
QGA06O2NPB022
$170
"Fashion is architecture."
Coco Chanel
This quintessential equestrian-themed scarf was designed by Françoise Heron in 1966 and features a variety of bits and bridles, all hanging from a tack board.

About Hermès Scarves: Aside from featuring uniquely beautiful prints and patterns, the craftsmanship going into the creation of each scarf is an art in and of itself. It can take up to 750 hours to hand-engrave the intricate screens used for printing and because every color gets its own screen it can take up to six months to silk-screen a single scarf. The minimum number of colors an Hermès carré can have is five with most scarves having an average of 27. Hermès works with a collective of artists that each bring their individual style to life in every print they design.

  • Artist: Françoise Heron
  • Silk

Excellent Condition. No visible signs of wear; folds are still intact but less crisp.

  • Length: 16" (41 cm)
  • Height: 16" (41 cm)
  • Made in France
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Hermes "Mors & Filets" Silk Pocket Square, 16" x 16"