Money clip | silver
This silver Hermès money clip combines functionality with tasteful refinement. Typically used to store paper money and cards in a compact, yet elegant, way, it is believed that money clips came into fashion in Europe and America during the early 20thcentury. An already distinctive accessory, seeking one out from arguably one of the finest purveyors of luxury goods, pushes the concept to the extreme. Not that we would have it any other way.
Hermès needs no introduction. The French luxury goods manufacturer’s history dates back to 1837, when Thierry Hermès first established a harness workshop in the Grands Boulevards quarter of Paris, dedicated to serving European noblemen. Over its history, Hermès has been known as a destination for individuals of refinement and discernment, seeking articles of exclusive design and high quality.
Featuring french hallmarks, this silver money clip is refined and elegant in design. The clip recreates the shape of a spur, which is a metal tool designed to be worn on the heels of riding boots, in order to direct a horse to move forward or laterally while riding - a design reminiscent of Hermès’ equestrian origins. The two levels of the clip are attached in a thoughtful and refined way, with the help of diagonally crossing pieces of silver. It can comfortably store five credit cards and some paper money.
Whether to be used on a daily basis, or called upon for special occasions where one wishes to carry around no more than the essentials, we hope that the new owner will enjoy integrating this tasteful collectable into their life.
|Object:||silver money clip|
|Features:||spur shape, silver|
|Size:||32mm x 46mm (59mm including the top)
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