Hermès Clic Clac silk scarf by J. Abadie
Exclusive Hermès silk scarf Clic Clac by J. Abadie
First release was in 1970
1 in stock
1 in stock
Named after the sound of the harness buckles hitting each other with the horse’s clip-clop, this scarf consists of two blinkers and six whips.
The best leather-covered English whips have blackthorn handles and chiseled silver finishes on the collars and end caps.
This lively, sleek composition was designed by Julie Abadie in the 1970s.
This latest interpretation, speckled with large and small dots, takes on a new liveliness, a certain lightness
This design was first released in 1980
Dominant color is orange, brown
88 cm Carré
In new condition, 8/10
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Les Amazones II or Women Riding Horses Side Saddle, designed by the iconic Hermès artist, Philippe Dumas, and first issued by Hermès in 1976. This beautiful design features numerous Victorian era, Parisian ladies riding horses side saddle on the numerous area bridle paths on a summer day accompanied by husbands or gentlemen friends also on horseback. Side saddles were developed for female riders in the the middle of 14th century and were used continuously up through the early 20th century by "lady riders" who were expected to project the apperance of modesty by not sitting astride their mounts. This rare and beloved design was reissued by Hermès in spring-summer 1999 and again spring-summer 2004. This scarf's colorway and its box date this scarf as a 2004 reissue. This design is titled (see, photo 5), but has no artist signature.
The colorway is comprised of a mindaro green border surrounding a white background with design details rendered in greys, taupes, browns, tans, light lemon, celadon green and sky blue.
This most charming design is rated 2B (Rare and Beloved) by the latest edition of the internationally preeminent Hermès scarf rating catalogue, Carre̒s d'art III, 2017 ed., p. 25, and highly sought after by Hermès collectors. A versatile and valuable Hermès scarf to own to wear, show or collect. Don't miss out.