HERMÈS

Hermes Shawl Parures de Samouraïs GM Cashmere Silk Blanc Turqouise Vert

$ 2,450.00

HERMÈS

Hermes Shawl Parures de Samouraïs GM Cashmere Silk Blanc Turqouise Vert

$ 2,450.00

Guaranteed authentic Hermes Cashmere Silk GM 140cm shawl Parures de Samouraïs.
Vivid tones in turquoise, green, and white colour way.
Signature hand rolled edge.
Exquisite composition designed by Aline Honore features a suit of armour and floral motifs.
The samurai warriors of medieval Japan had richly ornamented armour during the Edo period (1615-1868).
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Designed by Aline Honore the Hermes Samourias scarf depicts 14 elements from the 14th to the 18th century of the medieval Japan samurai warriors richly ornamental armour.
The suit of armour was crafted in iron, bronze, leather, gold, silk and lacquer. From the Edo period this likely belonged to a rich landowner - a daimio.
The most intricate scarf produced from Hermes the details feature a clan coat of arms - a floral motif.
The Paruses de Samourais is considered to be the most intricate of the Hermes scarf designs.
The Paruses de Samourais is considered to be the most intricate of the Hermes scarf designs

The Hermes Scarf Creation Process
The first step is the artist's collaboration with Hermes which can take one to two years before the actual process of the steps to bring it to market.
The scarves average as many as 27 colours.
Each design is created by hand-design and then brought to the screen printing process.
The artist's design is then broken down by Hermes engravers to unique films - one for each colour. As many as 47 films may be created for a single scarf.
During this time Brazilian silk is imported to France where the raw silk is woven - a process that can take up to three months.
Pigments are mixed and boiled to create perfect colours, and then the screens are applied to the silk which is stretched over the printing table.
Each screen applies new colour and pattern. When dry they are steamed to set them in place.
Finally the silk is cut into squares and seamstresses hand roll and sew the edges with silk thread that creates the signature edging of an Hermes scarf.
An Hermes scarf can take 18 months to create, and they are loved an collected with appreciation for the expert and attention detail that goes into each one.
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