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Guaranteed authentic Hermes left hand rare Falconry Glove featured in Gold and Black.
Beautifully crafted in lambskin suede.
Palladium plated D ring.
Black lambskin tassel.
NEW or NEVER WORN.
final sale

GLOVE SIZE: 9

GLOVE MEASURES:
12.5″ x 7″

CONDITION:
NEW or NEVER WORN

TIDS ‘n BITS
“Hunting with trained birds of prey, notably falcons and hawks, is an ancient technique known as falconry or hawking. This custom has been followed by societies all across the world for thousands of years and has a rich history.

Since the oldest accounts of the practice are steeped in myth and mythology, it is challenging to determine where falconry first originated. According to some historians, falconry was first practiced as a method of sustenance and sport hunting in Central Asia or China. Some contend that nomadic tribes in the Middle East or the Egyptians were responsible for the invention of falconry.

Regardless of where it came from, falconry was introduced to Europe in the Middle Ages and quickly became a favorite pastime of the nobles. In fact, falconry was held in such high respect across medieval Europe that it was frequently seen as a mark of power, riches, and pride.

Due to the development of new methods and tools to enhance the hunting experience, falconry saw a rise in popularity during the Renaissance. During this period, falconry was also widely practiced in the Arab world, and the Middle East is where many of the methods and tools still used in contemporary falconry today originated.

The invention of the glove or gauntlet was one of the most significant advancements in the history of falconry. By using a protective glove, falconers may handle birds of prey without worrying about being harmed by their talons or assaulted. The glove also made it possible for falconers to handle and feed their birds by hand, maintaining a close relationship with them.

The enthusiasm and commitment of the falconry community, however, ensure that this antiquated practice continues to exist and flourish in the twenty-first century. Falconers all over the world are preserving this ancient art form for future generations to enjoy via their dedication to the wellbeing of their birds, the preservation of traditional methods and tools, and the promotion of falconry as a sport and cultural tradition.”¬†falconryacademy.com

Weight 3 lbs