Les Beaux Jours de Bonsai (Bonsai) Hermès Scarf

Les Beaux Jours de Bonsai Hermès Scarf was designed by Catherine Baschet and issued in 1991. That year Hermès celebrated Asia as a theme and it is then no surprise that this design was part of a collection, which included other favorites, such as Art des Steppes, Brise de Charme, Nikko and Samourai.

Art des Steppes by Annie Faivre (1991) – SOLD
Brise de Charme by Julia Abadie – SOLD
Nikko by Vladimir Rybaltchenko – SOLD
Samouraï by Zoe Pauwels – SOLD 

Les Beaux Jours de Bonsai Hermès scarf is also simply known as Bonsai.

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In her design, Catherine Baschet celebrates the Japanese art of Bonsai, which dates back to the 6th century and takes its origins from the Chinese art, penzai, where trees and other plants are artistically shaped into miniature versions and landscapes.

The art of Bonsai takes a perennial woody-stemmed tree or shrub species and through careful skilled pruning and training creates an artful miniature version of itself.

Bonsai at the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum at the United States National Arboretum
Courtesy: By Ragesoss – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2555389

The Hermes Les Beaux Jours de Bonsai showcases a total of nine beautiful Bonsai trees some in full bloom others bearing fruit.

A 50 year old Pomegranate Punica granatum, Moyogi stile,from the Bonsai museum in Pescia, Italy.
Courtesy: By Sailko – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=72786081

Les Beaux Jours de Bonsai Hermès Scarf just like its inspiration, the art form of bonsai, takes the beauty of nature and replicates it in a grand masterpiece.

Les Beaux Jours de Bonsai Hermès Scarf by Catherine Baschet was issued in 1991 as part of Hermes Asia Year

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