Hermès - NAPOLEON jaquard Scarf

Description
Hermès - NAPOLEON jaquard Scarf
Multicolour - Silk

Napoleon carré by Philippe Ledoux, the greatest work of art from Hermès. Rare and sought-after, in jacquard silk, no longer in production, depicting episodes of Napoleon's life, with bees on the background, the symbol of the Bonaparte family. Very thorough details, well rounded hems.

Napoleon Hermes with brown edge designed by Philippe Ledoux in 1963. In the centre Napoleon arriving at Notre Dame on January 2nd 1804 for the coronation. The scene is surrounded by the necklace of the French Legion of Honour. On the four sides Napoleon in Marengo and in other battles. The silk is jacquard and no longer in production, with the bee symbol which is the Bonaparte coat of arms. Two Egyptian eagles on top symbolising the Egypt campaign. Two Napoleonic military uniforms complete this rare masterpiece by Hermes of high collectible value, an impressive carre in good condition.

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Lot details
Brand
Hermès
Object type
Scarf
Colour
Multicolour
Material
Silk
Made in
France
Condition
Excellent condition, barely used with minimal signs of wear
Period
1990s
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