Rose Pourpre Epsom Kelly 20 NM

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QGBDOC12P9000
$14,500
Classic mini Kelly Sellier New Model rendered in Rose Pourpre magenta Epsom leather and accented with Palladium hardware. Epsom leather is the most lightweight and easy to clean of all Hermès leathers, it is embossed for a consistent grain and increased durability that will hold shape and does not scratch easily. Includes shoulder strap.

About the Kelly: First designed in 1932, the Kelly was introduced as a travel bag that was referred to as the sac à dépêches. It was then renamed to the Kelly after actress Grace Kelly was photographed numerous times with the bag (most notably, while she was pregnant and using it to cover her baby bump). The impeccable craftsmanship, classic silhouette, scarcity, and unique history make the Kelly a must-have for any handbag collector. The two styles of Kelly are the Sellier (or Rigide) and Retourne (or Souple), with the Sellier having a more structured, rigid shape with distinct corners and visible exterior stitching, while the Retourne having a more relaxed, softer shape that has rounded edges as though the bag was turned inside out. It can take a single Hermès craftsman up to 18 hours to construct each Kelly.

  • Leather shoulder strap
  • Signature 'H' cadena closure
  • Interior slip pocket
  • Leather
  • Leather lining
  • Silver hardware

Excellent Condition. Faint corner wear.

  • Length: 7.5" (19 cm)
  • Height: 4.75" (12 cm)
  • Depth: 2" (5 cm)
  • Strap Drop: 1.75" (4 cm) / 17"(43 cm)
  • Made in France
  • 2018
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Hermès Rose Pourpre Epsom Kelly 20 NM

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