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Hermes Silk Scarf Wedgwood

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Hermes Silk Scarf Wedgwood was designed by Philippe Ledoux and first issued in 1974.
Since the eighteenth century, Wedgwood's neo-classical ornamentation on jasper has become a style icon.
In Wedgwood's style, Monsieur Ledoux depicts a number of scenes, in the form of framed plaques and true to Hermes' origins as a sellier house, each scene has an equine element with the central motif depicting a horse-drawn carriage - this a clever reference to the Hermès logo.

This scarf was issued in a number of colorways, here in a stunning deep raspberry red framed by a deep black-brown punctuated by white alabaster and rich gold.

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