Carre de Paris

Hello and thank you for visiting my blog. I am very passionate about Hermès vintage scarves and love sharing information about this iconic accessory. It all started for me when I acquired a Le Bois de Boulogne by Hugo Grygkar years ago. I began slowly collecting Hermès scarves, which grew into an online boutique at etsy.com. In addition to etsy, we are also on Malleries.com and have recently launched our own online store, www.carredeparis.com. Curious about what a certain scarf looks like or want inspiration on how to wear your scarf, please visit our photo gallery on flickr. I hope you will find this blog interesting and I welcome your suggestions and input. You can also find us on twitter and facebook. Thank you for stopping by. With kind regards, Ladi

Jeunes Coqs

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. Advertisements

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Lovely Hermès Silk Opera Scarf Tsubas – 30 x 180 cm

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 […]

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