British Heraldry Hermes Carre by Rybal

The British Heraldry Hermes scarf was issued in 1981 making it one of four up to that time designs, that pay homage to the British Crown.

Hermes Silk Scarf Queens Jubilee

The first, Queen, was issued to honor the Queen’s first visit to France in 1961 and was re-issued in 1977 as a special issue for the Royal Jubilee, and renamed to Dieu et Mon Droit (God and my Right) Queen’s Silver Jubilee 1977.

Regina Hermes Silk Scarf-9

Regina by Leila Menchari was conceived for Queen Elizabeth’s second visit in 1972.

The British Heraldry, however, is in honor of the Prince of Wales bearing his coat of arms against the backdrop of stunning Gothic architecture.

British Heraldry Hermes Silk Scarf

The British Heraldry was designed by Vladimir Rybaltchenko, AKA Rybal, and was first issued in 1981 and was according to Hermès, “intended to commemorate the Crown Prince’s marriage while calling on the continuity of history.”

Vladimir Rybaltchenko an accomplished artist, pictured here from the 1991 issue of Le Monde d’Hermès


Vladimir Rybaltchenko (1939 – 2002) was the great-nephew of Philippe Ledoux and father of Dimitri Rybaltchenko, all renowned Hermès artists.

Our First How to…Video

After many requests, finally had the time (and a willing assistant :-)) to make a quick How To video using Philippe Ledoux’s classic Les Robes Hermes carre from 1968 and our Grand Anneau de Luxe Horn Scarf Ring.

Les Robes Hermes Scarf – coming soon


Voyages en Russie Hermes silk scarf

Enjoy this truly spectacular scarf by the talented Loïc Dubigeon in our short video…

Voyages en Russie Hermes Silk Scarf NIB

Voyages en Russie Hermes silk scarf (100% silk) - UNWORN Designed by Loic Dubigeon in 1984 Unworn vintage condition Measures 36" x 36" Copyright Signed Care Tag Hand Rolled Hem Made in France Beige/Aqua/Multi Comes with HERMES Box & Bolduc ribbon which show signs of wear


HERMÈS Le Bois De Boulogne Carre Hugo Grygkar, 1957 by Carre de Paris

One of my all time now at Carre de Paris

Enjoy this short video preview:

Les Bois de Boulogne Hermes silk twill scarf (100% silk) – Early Issue
Designed by Hugo Grygkar in 1957 – SOLD
Les Bois de Boulogne Hermes scarf – 1980s reissue lacks black behind the swans
Designed by Hugo Grygkar in 1957 – SOLD
Le Bois de Boulogne, Hugo Grygkar, 1957
Le Bois de Boulogne, Hugo Grygkar, 1957 – SOLD


Les Bois de Boulogne Hermes silk twill scarf (100% silk) - Early Issue Designed by Hugo Grygkar in 1957 Excellent Vintage Condition - please see details below* Measures 36" x 36" Unsigned - this artist did not sign any of his designs Early Copyright Hand Rolled Hem - flat, puckering with stitching showing Made in France Blue/Off White/Black *two areas of distressed silk, a couple of faint spots, a small spot, possible very light grey color transfer of coaches that looks like it is part of the design. Also note condition of hem


Here a short bio about Hugo Grygkar, who design so many of the early Hermes carres.

Annie has done it again…

Enjoy this brief video of Annie Faivre’s Hermes scarf

Au fil de la Soie

Now available at Carre de Paris

Le Songe de la Licorne Hermes Scarf

This scarf speaks for itself!


Hermes Silk Scarf Sur Un Tapis Volant

There is just soooo much to see and behold…

The Stunning Courbettes et Cabrioles (1654) Hermes Silk Scarf

Enjoy a short video of this gorgeous scarf available in our online Boutique dedicated to authentic Vintage and Pre owned Hermes scarves, shawls, Neckties & more…

The Fabulous Hermes Silk Scarf De Passage a Moscou – Here at last…

Now available at my store and a short video preview

Enjoy the fabulous Hermes Silk Scarf De Passage a Moscou…

Hermes Turqueries en L’Honneur de Mr de Troy Silk Scarf

The spectacular Hermes Turqueries en L’Honneur de Mr de Troy Silk Scarf from 2003 by Jean Christophe Donnadieu was issued in 2003