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Royal blue courchevel leather clutch belt from Hermès featuring gold-tone hardware, a snap button fastening, an internal compartment and a rear self-tie fastening. The belt measures 14 x 10.5 x 3.5 cm. Marked: Hermès Paris Made in France, letter Y, 1995. In excellent condition. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections.
Item ID: 10478655
- height: 10 centimetres, width: 13 centimetres, depth: 2.5 centimetres, handle: 54 centimetres
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Emile-Maurice Hermès, grandson of founder Thierry Hermès, summed up the philosophy of his family's celebrated firm in the 1920s as "Leather, sport, and a tradition of refined elegance." Passed down over generations, the House of Hermès has been committed to quality in design and production for more than 160 years. At the dawn of the 21st century, the name Hermès continues to represent the ultimate in French luxury.
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