Hermès - rare silk Carrè collection by Hubert de Watrigant

Hermès - rare silk Carrè collection by Hubert de Watrigant
Kleurrijk / patroon - Zijde

Fabulous Carrè HERMES - PARIS "Les Haras Nationaux".
Les Haras Nationaux Hermes scarf was designed by Hubert de Watrigant, an accomplished artist, responsible for several marvellous equestrian themed scarves for the Maison Hermes.
First issued in 1989, the "Les Haras Nationaux", this Carrè is just vibrating with the gallop of the horses.

This particular Carrè is named after the Haras Nationaux, which is affiliated with the Cadre Noir, also the subject of yet another fabulous Hermes Carrè.
Haras Nationaux is a public agency, that regulates and administers breeding of horses and donkeys in France. It oversees twenty-two regional horse-breeding centers, the Haras, all of whose names can be found around the scarf.
Yes, there are 23 altogether, because how could Monsieur Watrigant NOT INCLUDE HERMES!

A vintage collection piece, in excellent conditions.
Superb model, given its age.
No pulled threads or stains. Tiny imperceptible marks of use.
No musty or other smells.

- Textile in excellent condition
- 'HERMES Paris' logo with copyright symbol is located in a corner
- no care tag
- designer signature
- hand rolled hems, perfectly kept
- made in France
- 100 % pure silk
- approx. size: 90 x 90 cm

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