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While Birkin bags hold their value,
Rare Hermes jewelry is a virtual Gold Mine.
We seek out Hermes Chaine d’Ancre bracelets,
Hermes earrings from the sixties and seventies,
And Hermes lariats that are handwoven.
In 1938 Robert Dumas, an Hermes family member,
Was inspired by a ship’s anchor chain to design
The Hermes Chaine d’Ancre bracelet.
Made in polished or textured and grained 18k gold,
The models we feature are mostly no longer made,
Hermes 18k Gold “Lattice” Wide Cuff
One of few made in gold, a flexible, hinged cuff, 1.5 inches wide. Fits most wrists. Signed Hermes, Paris.
Hermes TGM Chaine d’Ancre Bracelet
Hermes 18k gold “tresse” chaine d’ancre bracelet (the largest size). Designed by Georges L’Enfant for Hermes in the 1970’s, these are no longer made and are quite collectible. All are signed and numbered, Hermes, made in France and have the L’Enfant stamp. 22.5 cm. long, 91.23 grams.
Hermes 18k Limited Edition “Parade” Bracelet
One of three ever made, over 195 grams. 9 inches long and 7/8 inches wide. This is a stunning, special version of the iconic Hermes Chaine d’Ancre. Signed Hermes Paris.
Hermes 18k Chaine d’Ancre Bracelet
This is a longer version of the classic chaine d’ancre bracelet at 8.75 inches long, which allows for easy on-and-off. The links measure .4 inches wide. Approx. 150 grams. 18k, signed Hermes France.
Hermes 18k Gold Earrings
Hermes 18k gold earrings composed of two textured and intertwined rings. Approx 30.7 grams. 1.2 inches in height. Signed and numbered.
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