10 posts by moneybagsbook

30CM Hermès Himalaya Birkin Niloticus

“Himalaya” is not where this is from, it is concept and emotion.Between the 35cm carryall and the 25cm dinner tabletop adornment, lies the 30cm quintessential day-to-night bag.The exotic (alligator, ...

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Cadena, Clochette, Keys

There are various components of any Birkin. In the Himalaya 30cm, we see a great shots of three, all in palladium-plated hardware: the “cadena”, “keys“, and “clochette”.The clochette is the lanyard and ...

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Deconstructed: The Hermès Himalaya

Christie’s May 18, 2017The ravishing Hermès Himalaya Birkin Bag is considered the Holy Grail in a Handbag collection, while the Himalaya Kelly is fabled as ‘The Rarest Handbag in the World’. How did this ...

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Clou

Under the Birkin are four clou (feet), which keep the Birkin balanced and safe above any dirt, residue, or water the proud owner might otherwise not see as she sets it to rest or, in this case, displays for others to ...

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Dots

•• These two dots are unique for any Hermès Niloticus Crocodile Birkin, as they are the signs of the leather’s origin: The Nile crocodile hailing from the fresh waters of west and northwest Africa.Perhaps ...

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Handles

The Birkin handles are perhaps the most renown and imitated trait of the Hermès Birkin itself.Every Birkin is made by from the same craftsman from start to finish. The handles themselves are speculated to take up ...

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Himalaya Birkin value only goes up

The Times, March 31 2018 Whether it is to splurge on a sports car or a holiday in Spain, more than 2 million people have taken money out of their pension pots since they were granted the ability to do so three years ...

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Pontet

Key to the suspension and enclosure of the Birkin are the two pontet which stand aside the faceplate.

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Touret & Plaques

There are various components of any Birkin, in this case of the Himalaya 25cm, we see a great shots of two, all in palladium plated hardware, the “touret” and the “plaques”.The touret is a stem with a ...

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What Makes an Hermès Himalayan Crocodile Birkin So Special, Anyway: an FAQ

c/o Purseblog Amanda Mull Jun 29, 2017The answer to the question of why anyone wants a particular luxury good is always abstract. Fashion and luxury are meant to poke the soft spots in our brains, the ones ...

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