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Hermés, Les Perroquets scarf by artist Metx
- Hermés scarf
- Hand rolled edges
- 35" x 35'"
- Missing material tag
Based on a woodblock drawing by Hermés family member Robert Dumas, the scarf made its first appearance in 1937. And though all Hermés scarves are produced in Lyon, France, this signature piece is an international effort, with the atelier hiring people from across the globe to create their designs. Past artist have included Red Kawakubo, a postmaster in Texas, a children's book illustrator and many other types if talented individuals.
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