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Hermes "Zenobie Reine de Palmyre" Silk Twill Scarf 90cm

SKU: 34-203165



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Hermes "Zenobie Reine de Palmyre" silk twill scarf by Annie Faivre in a Gris Perle colorway.

This scarf, issued in 2015, reflects Queen Zenobia who ruled Palmyra along the Silk Road in the mid-to-late third century. During her rule, before the conquest by Rome, Palmyra was an important culture center where textiles, jewelry, caskets, furniture and sculpture arrived from major nations. This scarf depicts the beautiful object d'art owned by the Queen.

Fabric: Silk twill

Origin: France

Condition: Pristine; never worn

Accompanied by: Box, caretag, ribbon, retail UPC

Measurements: 36" x 36" (90 x 90cm)

SKU: 34-203165
Country of Origin: France
Color: Grey
Authenticity Details: Hermes markings
Primary Material: Silk

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