Las Vegas, Nevada
One of a kind.
It is with permission from the buyer of this one-of-a-kind Hermes chair that we share the images publicly.
Contracted for private sale is this gilded Louis chair covered in suede Hermes fabric displaying the classic Bolduc print in orange with white background.
The chair has always been displayed in a fine art fashion. It has never been sat in, rather was just appreciated for its beauty. It is perfect in every way, flawless fabric, construction, and finish.
The origination of the chair is confidential except for the new buyer. If you are interested in this chair contact us for a private conversation.
We regularly curate Hermes items for auction, or public or private sale. The Hermes Birkin bag is one of the most popular handbags we see however when there’s a collection of Hermes bags it typically includes other styles such as the; Constance, Kelly, Medor, Jige, Evelyn, Jypsiere, Lindy, Garden Pouch, Victoria, and Bolide. Materials typically range from fabric to leather or crocodile.
Hermes items for home are also highly desirable to buyers and collectors. Some of the most popular items for auction are rare blankets in unusual colorways, rare ashtrays, rare scarves, jewelry, and any vintage Hermes items in mint condition.
It is interesting to know that it takes three months time to create a Hermes scarf. All Hermes silk is milled in Brazil by craftsmen that have been weaving silk for the firm for over a half century. The weave of Hermes silk scarves is so dense, although the silk is so fine, the length of thread needed to make 1,000 Hermes scarves is equal to the distance between the earth and the moon. The scarves are so time consuming to produce the price is gladly justified to buyers. To those who appreciate the craftsmanship, a Hermes scarf is not just an accessory, it is a piece of art. There are many periodicals that explain the Hermes scarf making process in detail. It is a worthwhile and enjoyable read.