Hermes 'Feu Du Ciel' by Kwumi Sefedin Silk Pocket Scarf
Issued in Fall 2000, this is the 'Feu Du Ciel' by Kwumi Sefedin in the versatile pocket square size. The design name translates to "Heavenly Fires" and in the Hermes scarf book the artists statement for the design says:
"Once, there were two gods watching over us. The first the god of Lehreh inhabited the skies of western Sudan, from where he sent down in timely fashion those life-giving rainstorms which gain such respect. The second, called Bail, in the same part of the heavens, scattered gold with both hands to sow the thick velvet of the night with stars. Each strove against each, for the happiness of all. It happened long ago, far back in the lands, where our races began; we return there in our dreams incessantly, towed by the stars."
Unworn, with care tag attached. The colors are bright and vibrant. Handsewn, handrolled to front, plump. No Hermes Box. Guaranteed authentic
16" x 16" or 41cm x 41cm
This garment has been professionally cleaned, pressed and is odor free. Thoroughly checked over before shipping, it will be ready to wear upon arrival.
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