Designed by Madame La Torre was first issued in 1966. This is a very dramatic scarf with a simple almost Asian influence. Light turquoise wide border around young roosters scattered on a chartreuse background.
to our growing gallery of Hermès Carrés on http://www.flickr.com/photos/carredeparis
Thank you Ms Pauwels for these stunning stamps.
You may not know ( I certainly didn’t :-)), that a tsuba is the hand guard or protective guard on a Japanese sword, which prevents the hand from sliding down onto the blade. Sometimes very plain, but typically embellished with carvings or inlays, a tsuba is predominantly made out of various metals but sometimes also […]
Etriers (stirrups), is a gorgeous scarf designed by Francoise de la Perriere in 1964. De la Perriere beautifully adds a feminine touch by tying ribbons to the various riding stirrups. I absolutely adore the details of this scarf. Not only are the stirrups very ornate and beautiful (should every rider be so lucky), by tying […]