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July 08, 2013

The Nissim de Camondo Museum in Paris held a one-day exhibition of Hermes scarves with a display on how they are constructed on Thursday 4 July

The Nissim de Camondo Museum in Paris held a one-day exhibition of Hermes scarves with a display on how they are constructed on Thursday 4 July. As part of the metiers d’arts workshops, Hermes Texile Holding based in Lyon, presented five textile crafts, engraving, frame-printing or Lyonnaise printing, warp printing, hand-cut silk au Sabre and Linking. There were a number of Hermes scarves on show and some book of vintage Hermes pattern collections.

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