Can I get a drumroll, please? It’s Hermès’ Le Timbalier Scarf! Even though this scarf does have an equestrian vibe, it was actually designed by Francoise Heron as a tribute to the timpanist (or kettle-drummer) trade. This 100% silk scarf with hand-rolled and stitched hems features a percussionist playing the drums while riding his royal stallion. The muted hues of vieux rose, rose pale, and jaune give it a delicate, feminine flair. In very good condition with a tag, it has a few small marks and runs. Originally designed for the Hermès 1961 collection, this wrap gives you permission to march to the beat of your own drummer!
|Measurements/Size:||35” x 35”|
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