Vintage HERMÈS Silk Scarf 'Brides de Gala'


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  • Details
    We guarantee this is an authentic HERMES Silk 'Bride De Gala', Scarf 90 cm x 90 cm or 100% of your money back.

    This is a rare and sought after by collectors design By Hugo Grygkar, first produced in 1957. Horse harness motif in shades of gold and grey with a pastel pink border. Hand rolled hem. 90 x 90 cm.

    It is a stunning 100% silk scarf featuring two big event carriage horse bridles in grey and gold colours . This scarf can be worn in many stylish ways and is instantly recognisable for the classic sophistication that you only get from Hermes!


    Length: 90 cm
    Height: 90 cm

    Sold in perfect pre loved condition
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