HERMES 90CM SILK SCARF - ROUE ARRIERE DU CAROSSE IMPERIAL DE LA COUR DE VIENNE BY CHRISTIANE VAUZELLES
If this scarf doesn't have the longest title in the history of Hermes scarves, I don't know what does. The Rear Wheel of the Imperial Carriage of the Viennese Court by Christiane Vauzelles is reminiscent of Maurice Trenchant's 1973 classic Romantique: both feature carriage wheels intertwined with roses. The most significant differences are the cherubs in the corners of the Vauzelles design and the backdrop of coats of arms in metallic ink.
This 1983 rarity was issued in six colorways: pale pink, bright blue, bright green, red, and black. This colorway features a burgundy background, a golden yellow wheel, roses of peach, periwinkle and coral. Don't forget the metallic coats of arm.
This 40-year-old scarf has a few signs of its age. Its caretag is missing and there are a few tiny spots that were challenging to photograph.
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