Hermes Auction Part II

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The next Hermes Auction is taking place on June 23 in Milan, Italy, with two-hundred and fifty-seven items up for grabs. The sale includes a number of rare finds and custom creations. One of the highlights is Lot 72, a limited edition Picnic Kelly in wicker that was first introduced in Jean Paul Gaultier’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection. Christie’s says it is a very rare piece, due to its delicate material and the difficult process of working with it.

Hermes bags and accessories have a long history. The French fashion house has been around since 1837 and is known for eye-catching fashion and leather accessories. Its diverse offerings appeal to both men and women. In addition to being beautiful and practical, Hermes items can become valuable over time, whether you’re giving them as gifts or incorporating them into your wardrobe.

Part II of Hermes Auction will include a selection of the company’s most desirable styles from the last several decades. In addition to classic Hermes handbags, this collection will include playful designs and objects from the company’s own collection. You can start bidding for your next Hermes bag by visiting the auction website.

In Paris, the Hermes Himalaya Kelly sold for EUR352,800, more than double the pre-sale estimate. This bag was part of a very limited edition and was previously offered only to high-profile clients. The bag’s price was pushed up by six bidders to the double-digit pre-sale estimate, indicating an extremely high demand for this bag.


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