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- Chaperon H pièce unique - Koran holder Special order Hermès by Thomson-CSF for the Emirates
FAUCONRY is a tradition and one of the most adored traditional sports in the United Arab Emirates. "We have inherited the art of falconry from our grandfathers and fathers and we are now teaching it to new generations," explains falconer Salem al-Mansouri from Abu Dhabi. Chaperon pièce unique Chaperon de fauconry. Création Hermès 2011 Exceptional piece made in the Hermès saddlery workshops for the 2011 fashion show in the Hermès Sèvres Babylone space. The chaperon is entirely handmade in black calf leather and palladium ring beaded with the H of Hermès. Its case: a custom-made orange oval box. Chaperon in its original original orange box Top view Scarf Chasse à vol Photo at the H fashion show, 2011 Made when Christophe Lemaire arrived at Hermès, by the Hermès saddlery workshop for his first fashion show. It is a prototype that falls into the category of exceptional orders of the Workshop / unique piece. The first fashion show of Christophe Lemaire for the House of Hermes, just after the departure of Jean-Paul Gaultier took place in the boutique H Sèvres-Babylone. Initially the falcons present at the show were to be hooded with this chaperone but finally the show took place bareheaded for the bird of prey to avoid additional stress knowing that he would not have the master falconer at his side. Hermès Boutique Sèvres Babylone fashion show in 2011 The chaperon is a leather cap that covers the head of the hawk to blind it so tchat it remains calm and undisturbed by its surroundings. Introduced in the West by Frederic II and described in his famous treatise "De arte venandi cum avibus". Quote from Marco Polo in 1298 Koran case made by Hermès at the request of Thomson-CSF for certain customers in the Middle East The falcon is the national bird of Qatar On the top of the lid, circular medallion decorated with a Shaheen falcon in relief gilded with gold on a background engraved with the Thomson-CSF logo representing an anti-aircraft tank.The inscription "صقر" means "holy falcon" or "Falco cherrug". Published by Hermès for Thomson-CSF (which became Thalès in 2000) for the launch of the Shaheen system developed in Saudi Arabia. Offered to some prestigious customers in the Middle East. END
- 33•5• Leves N°5 •Hermès - Timespieces
Paul-Dupré-Lafon Pendulette-H Ermeto Horseshoe Angelus Golf Counter Compass Torpedo Boat Pendulette-Crossed Porthole Welcome to my collections, to a place of light and space where it is good to live, write, look, dream and search. Clocks, pendulum clocks and pendulum clocks personalise refined living spaces. Now museum pieces, these 20th century accessories bring a charm of life to our daily interiors. Beauty is timeless. Authenticity is essential and reassuring. Quality in all its forms is priceless. Table clock H Sublime realization weighing nearly 3 kilos. At first sight a paperweight, but by tilting the central edge we discover an elegant clock with sober lines in the pure design of the time. A timeless object. Hermès desk clock 1960s-1970s Numbered, signed and engraved under the seat Silver plated bronze 7.5 cm square Hermès catalogue 1971 Embossed cover H Clock "Ermeto" Clock "Ermeto" in its Hermès 1929 travel case Hermès Catalogue 1929 Gold-plated silver Lizard-coated silver Pendulum clock Square clock with bridge Full leather1935 Hermes hot stamped under the axis of the hands Easel Mechanism cover in chrome-plated brass Full leather Chrome plated brass Box-calf Angelus Angelus Hermès 1956 Numbered copy Clock in the form of a carriage lantern not attached to the base. White dial with gold index, luminescent "Dauphine" hands and stick hand for the alarm. Mechanical movement. Gilded bronze Blackened bronze Gold The mechanism is hidden in the lantern A system allows the dial to be opened, which pops up like Swiss cuckoo clocks Horseshoe Clock Horseshoe travel clock in its case signed Hermès-Paris 1959 The articulated dial with notches allows to choose a position. 8-day mechanical movement. Dial and movement signed. Chrome-plated brass Box-calf Sports watch jewellery... Golf Tennis • Golf counter Hermès 1925 golf totalizator Hermès The large pointer indicates the hole being played (from 1 to 18). By turning the crown, you can move to the next hole. The crown is pressed to increment the number the number in the window. Button at the end of the link to attach the counter to the to the buttonhole. Steel Box Glass Enamel • Watch "for sport" Watch for sport c.1930 Signature: button and dial reverse with its button fastener Crocodile skin Full leather Palladium metal Fluorescent needles Model reproduced in LMH 1993 p. 16 Suggestions catalogue 1936 • Clip watch for sport Clipped to the lapel of a jacket or sleeve, sportswomen will be on time for the "five to the clock". Clip watch for sport c. 1930 Crocodile skin Full leather Chrome plated metal 1930s golfer. The Hermès watch clipped to the reverse • Altimeter Altimètre Hermès Naudet & Cie Paris Made in France 1980 The altimeter is a measuring instrument used to determine the vertical distance between a point and a reference surface Profile Reverse side of the case with belt loop to attach to the belt Sign H logo embossed leather Chrome plated metal Travel clock102.93.84 Travel clock Hermès Paris 1925 Closing system with front pressure on the lens Fluorescent hands Fluorescent stick index with double Arabic numeral index in open position Front view closed Front view closed back Peau de chagrin Chromed metal Glass Compass paperweight Compass paperweight Hermès-Paris "Total" Années 1960 Offered by Total to invited guests D. 9,5 H. 2,5 cm Silver plated brass Leather Glass Steel Full leather desk clock 5 sided desk clock Hermès 24 Fg St Honoré Paris Paul Dupré Lafon c. 1940 The cubic body rotates on an axis allowing the 4 sides to be viewed. A 5th side displays a compass with a top view. Full leather terrace with steps Underneath the base Signature Polished brass Steel Glass Box-calf Full leather Marine set "torpedo boat" Hermès-Paris marine chronometer Ulysse Nardin movement Numbered copy n°24413 Year of issue c.1950 Reissued in the 1980s with quartz movement Marine chronometer fixed in its mahogany case. Varnished mahogany Brass Mineral glass The gimbal keeps the clock in balance during navigation. Mechanical movement with automatic electric winding and battery operation. Clock hours minutes seconds H. 14,5 L. 15 cm D. 15 cm Weight 2220 gr Nautical inspired clock Hublot clock with easel. In the background an advertisement published in La Renaissance 1939 3/4 view on his easel Polished brass Glass Blackened steel Pendulette "Croisée" Pendulette « Croisée » Hermès-Paris Paul-Dupré-Lafon Jeager-Lecoultre 1965 Pendulette 8 jours Dateur Section carrée 15 cm H. 2 et 4 cm Box-calf Plein cuir Bronze doré brossé Vue de profil Signature Modèle reproduit dans Suggestions 1965 Ed. Hermès "Pendulette pliante" • Plein cuir «Pendulette pliante » Hermès-Paris Paul-Dupré-Lafon 1962 Box-calf Plein cuir Bronze doré • Extra-flat Extra-flat folding clock in lambskin Hermès-Paris c.1937 Numbered Chrome plated metal Sheathed metal fluorescent index and hands 1.13 mm thick Neo-classic clock A Louis XVI style bronze clock finely chased with palmettes around the dial. Ouroboros socket, articulated Hermès Paris Reproduced in the catalogue Suggestions 1961 Partially polished, gilded or amatized bronze Concave glass The 4 screwed bronze feet Atos station clock Station clock "Atos" 1955 signed on the dial of the alarm clock Gold-plated brass Crocodile skin 2 dials 1 thermometer Vertical view Palier N°6 - en préparation
- 33•4• Palier N°4 •Hermès Enigmatic objects . events . rare objects
My mysterious collection of Hermès objects Minaudière-Rallye-Malleret Plateau-argent-PrixLGH-1994 Porte-cigarettes Etui-à-cigarettes Porte-allumettes Porte-Coran-Moyen-Orient Canne-siège Etriers Porte-photo Flacon-pendentif Etui-Rochas Porte-pipe-Poulie Boite-Guess Table-yacht-service-inversable Pot-à-tabac-Weintraub Ceinture-Créneau Bracelet-1929 Bracelet-arlequin Coffret-à-cigarettes-de-table-carte-à-jouer Minaudière-pendentif-galuchat Ceinture-ombres-chinoises Bob-ombres-chinoises Ceinture -Cadrans-anciens Orfèvrerie Vénerie Hermès Poudrier Bijoux Rouge-à-lèvres Minaudière Xavier-de-Poret Chasse Blason ElegancePré Pré Fourre-tout chic ! Objets Hermès "bric-a-brac all Hermès in a flat trunk from the House of Goyard". "Do not touch" - Oh no thank you Since I was very young, I have had an attraction for objects. I like to touch them, weigh them, caress them, look at them and finally put them back down. Objects have a specific weight depending on the material they are made of and the simple fact of having them in my hands allows me to determine their composition. I like them for their originality of form and the ingenuity linked to their use, as well as for the natural materials - or not - in which they are made: precious or non-precious metals, paper, cardboard, wood, leather, ivory, tortoiseshell, glass, Bakelite, fabrics... shaped and worked with love and know-how. Only pewter leaves me unmoved. For the beauty of the shapes and the association of the colours, with a penchant for Art-deco, the objects enchant me completely, I can't do without them. I enjoy my home with them, a background noise of Melodie Nelson and my entourage that lets me make my choices and my way of being. Artists and craftsmen, from the goldsmith to the cabinetmaker, have been creating timeless works of art since the dawn of time, present in beautiful homes that have been passed down from one generation to the next or that can be found in museums. Thank you to them... G. Artémoff, J.E. Rhulman, P. Dupré-Lafon, J.M. Frank, A. Hunebelle, R. Lalique, J. Desprez, Maison Hermès, Maison Goyard, Maison L. Vuitton, Paul Poiret, L. Gaillard... the pleasure of contemplating your works embellishes our lives. My curiosity leads me to want to know everything about the enigmatic creations of the Maison Hermès. I like to know who the objects belonged to. I am pleased to share with you the results of my research and discoveries. Hermes Minaudière for the beauty of a horsewoman. Rallye Malleret Who are you, Madame la Comtesse? Minaudière Hermès-Paris 1957 What emotion when this object of my collection, out of my memory, resurfaced. Heavy and massive, I had the pleasure of rediscovering it, touching it, admiring it, opening it, and slipping it into its velvet calf case. Determined to find out more, I took a close look at the enigmatic motto engraved on a paving stone, the history of which I found. The other engraving is being researched, it represents a count's crown surmounted by a lion, probably a relative of the Mallerets. Silver Gold Mirror Dobblis sheath case signed by Hermès By reading the two inverted engravings, you can tell which plunger opens one side or the other. The silver and gold minaudière in its Hermès case is hinged like a book by two push-pieces hidden on the front edge of the object. Simply press the gold pusher to open one side or the other. One of the push-pieces is engraved with a crown surmounted by a lion and the other with a fleeing hare with the motto "Rallye Malleret" just below. Rallye Malleret The Malleret Rally was founded by Paul Clossmann in 1886, who was the aunt of the boatswain. Paul Clossman, owner of Malleret, hunted hares and deer in the Modoquine moors (Médoc, France) until 1909. After a long interruption, the Malleret Rally reopened in 1956 under the leadership of Bertrand du Vivier who took over the name and the emblematic button of the crew, which had belonged to his uncle. Button emblem of the crew of the Malleret Rally "Dress: blue, doe belly facings, no braid The button represents a hare fleeing from a banner with the legend "Rallye Malleret". Boatswain: Marquis du Vivier Fanfare: La Malleret and the Bois Lurette". Copyright Bertrand du Vivier When it comes to hunting, Xavier de Poret, artist-painter, "paparazzi" of animals in nature, is at the edge of the woods, easel and pencils at hand. It is not surprising that his works include drawings of the private hunting society of the Malleret Rally. The Marquis du Vivier by Xavier de Poret - Crew of Malleret - Societé de Vénerie Dedicated silver tray mémory Engraved tray "Prix Lionel Guerrand-Hermès... 1994" Hermès-Paris Lionel Guerrand-Hermès lost his life in 1981 in a car accident. The young man, son of Patrick Guerrand-Hermès, was then 18 years old. In his memory, Hermès published the Lionel Guerrand-Hermès Prize. For 1994, a tray engraved with the words "Prix Lionel Guerrand-Hermès Fontainebleau 4 septembre 1994" was offered to the personalities. Silver plated brass Barenia leather Engraving X-shaped cigarette case Canne seat X-shaped cigarette case Hermès Paris 24 Fg St Honoré 1924 On a side table by André Hunebelle Cross grain leather Metal frame ... The ingenuity of Mr Hermes has succeeded in inventing a model of cigarette case in the shape of an X which allows the closed case to be carried in the pocket and also placed on a piece of furniture where it becomes a trinket presented in an original way.... ..... The same ingenuity can be found in a cane for hunters that can be sat on... .... The same ingenuity can be found in a cane for hunters that can be sat on... Texts from "La Renaissance de l'Art Français et des Industries du Luxe", 1924 Hermes Paris 1924 cane seat The curved handle opens like a book, forming an extra seat Open handle Pigskin Aluminium Precious wood Stirrup Hermès Frères Bronze stirrup Hermès 1920 Signature under the seat Test from "La Renaissance de l'Art Français et des Industries du Luxe", 1921 Talcum powder case for Marcel Rochas elegance in the masculine Talcum powder case holder for Marcel Rochas Hermès-Paris 1949 Special order designed by Hermès for perfumer Marcel Rochas for the launch of Moustache perfume in 1949. Marcel Rochas' refinement and elegance combined with the beauty of his wife, Hélène, were well known. Both were art lovers and possessed treasures of Art Deco. In particular, prestigious pieces of furniture by Eileen Gray. End with saddle-stitched finish Cylindrical box-calf case designed to hold the talcum powder box, topped with the dark red lacquered screw cap Box-calf Aluminium for the container Pendant bottle an approach to perfume Hermès Paris pendant bottle c.1925 H. 5.5 cm, which inspired the design of "Parfum des Merveilles" in 2005 Detail of the screwed tester cap with its twisted twisted rod Pendant bottle metal "Parfum des Merveilles" H.5 cm, 2005 "Pulley" pipe support Pipe "pulley" pipe support Hermès-Paris c.1960 Pipe Hermès crocodile skinned 1968 Surprisingly realistic pipe holder to support a lit stove pipe. The ingeniously designed object is absolutely original. pipe support: Silver Pipe: Heather wood covered with crocodile Enigmatic box - "Guess" secret of a box Box "Guess" (breveté) plein cuir Hermès-Paris 24 Fg St Honoré 1938 When I took possession of this object in 1985, the antique dealer told me it was a paperweight. Given its weight and full leather finish, this was likely. However, I had in mind that this object could conceal a hiding place. Several years later, as I was handling the object, I pressed the right spot. The decorative plate on the top of the box tilted, and I discovered an open space. It was originally a secret cigarette box, but I found a sweet note in the compartment "to Louise...". Now it's no longer a secret. I later learned that this box was designed by Paul Dupré-Lafon, information confirmed by the family of the architect-decorator. Chrome plated brass Box-calf Wood Full leather Tilting the decorative plate on top of the box Tilting table for "reversible" port service for yachts magic trick Tilting table for "reversible" port service (Patented) 1938 Signature on a plaque fixed under a table post The "reversible" service is an invention patented by Hermès in France and abroad. The first services were produced in 1929. The table with "inversable" service appears in the Hermès catalogue of 1938. The table top swivels on an axis with a side table on one side and an invertible service on the other. The full or empty port glasses follow the movement (Ferris wheel system). The glasses are kept upright by gravity. Chrome plated brass Walnut wood Glass or crystal Reversible service side table Tobacco pot dedicated to Jerry Weintraub Who is Lois, Princess Coconut? Hermès-Paris tobacco jar Déposé1956 Dedication to the American actor and producer Jerry Weintraub. To seal, the grip must be turned to compress or expand the clamping rubber. Full leather Crocodile matt Brass Rubber Dedication, under the cover «Exclusively for Jerry Weintraub much love always, Lois (Princess Coconut) » Hermès-Paris Side view of the cover Signature on the bottom Top view of the lid Acquisition faite en Californie Jerry Weintraub Jerry Weintraub (September 26, 1937 - July 6, 2015) was an American actor, art director and film producer. Bibliography: • Suggestions, 1956 N°125 • Carrés d’art II – Illustrated directory & raiting of Hermès scarves, by G.Fontan isbn 978-2-911955-36-5, Page 152 Secret cigarette box Secret cigarette box Hermès-Paris 1925 Polished brass enamel Open box Honeycomb interior To open the box, press on the black point of the domino opposite the hinge Listed in the Hermes 1925 catalogue in the rectangular section version "Créneau" belt more contemporary than ever In 1927, the most daring of the Callot sisters, Marie Gerber, was looking for a belt to accessorise her creations. She asked Hermès, which was very advanced in the creation of accessories for elegant dogs, to extend a dog collar with studs and bells to make a belt. A little later, Hermès was inspired by Marie Gerber's idea and in turn produced belts in the "dog collar" spirit. The model, still in the collection, evolved into bracelets, under evocative names and in many variations. "Créneau" belt Hermès Paris c.1949 First version of the "Collier de chien" model Pigskin Blued steel Bracelet "Gourmette" Hermès 1929 Bracelet gourmette Hermès 1929 Long before Chanel, who made this creation famous, which consists of threading a leather link into gilded metal links, Hermès proposed, in its 1929 catalogue, various models of bracelets made according to this ingenious leather/metal combination. Leather Brass with gold plating Bracelet gourmette Porte-folio Hermès 1929 Bracelet Arlequin Hermès c.1925 Bracelet Arlequin Hermès Paris 1925 Leather Brass Clasp Détail Minaudière 1925 to wear at your fingertips Monogrammed jewellery clutch Hermès-Paris 1925 Inside the minaudière Signature engraved on the inside edge Silver gilt Stingray enamel Roses Mirror Cigarette box "Muratti" Hermès-Paris 1929 Cigarette case in silver, covered with cross-grain leather, with an absolutely sober interior in gold. A simple press on the upper front and the cover opens as if by magic. Another adorable jewel that we never tire of handling. Cigarette box "Muratti" Hermès-Paris 1929 Backround: porte-folio Hermès 1929 où l'on distingue l'étui Muratti Silver Cross Grain Leather (Vintage Cigarettes) Dimensions : 9 x8 x 0,5 cm Cigarette box Hermès-Paris 1923 an object to seduce... Cigarette box Hermès-Paris 1923 In the background: Hermès 1923 folio holder reproducing the case enamelled with black and green stripes on one side. Guilloche surface on the other side, vermeil interior Silver enamel Dimensions : 8 x 6,3 x 0,5 cm Matchbox Hermès-Paris 1923 ...wax matches Matchbox Hermès-Paris 1923 Both sides enamelled on silver. In the background: Hermes 1923 portfolio Silver enamel Dimensions : 4,7 x 3 x 0,4 cm Inside the case with its original short wax and sulphide matches Emouvante trouvaille - une ceinture d'une autre mode ! objet de famille Quand tante Eléonore G. a ouvert son tiroir de la commode à l'entresol, il y avait des vêtements de nuit soigneusement rangés, une boite a attiré mon attention, j'étais sous tension. Nous l'avons ouverte ensemble, et avons découvert une pièce d'exception digne d'un musée de la mode. Cette rareté, signée Hermès, était intacte dans sa boite orange d'origine vieillie par le temps. Ceinture Hermès-Paris c.1940 à décor brodé d'ombres chinoises Feutre brodé Ruban gros-grain Cuir d'agneau Laiton chromé Double boucle Signature Etiquette à la calèche cousue Boucles à ardillons, revers Bob "Ombres chinoises" c. 1940 Signature Etiquette à la calèche "Cadrans anciens" an exceptionnel belt When I acquired this curious belt made up of early 19th century watch dials, I was astonished. The American woman who gave it to me came to France every year to spend a holiday on the Rivera Cote d'Azur. She had brought back this belt bought at Hermès in those years. "Cadrans anciens" belt Hermès Paris 24 Fg St Honoré 1948 Scarf "Cadrans anciens" Hugo Grygkar, 1948 1948 L'Officiel de la mode Koran case made by Hermès at the request of Thomson-CSF for certain Middle Eastern clients the falcon: national bird of Qatar Koran case Hermès-Paris 1980 Published by Hermès for Thomson-CSF (which became Thalès in 2000) for the launch of the Shaheen system developed in Saudi Arabia. Offered to some prestigious clients in the Middle East. Top of the cover On the top of the lid, a circular medallion decorated with a Shaheen falcon in gold relief on a background engraved with the Thomson-CSF logo representing an anti-aircraft tank.The inscription "صقر" means "holy falcon" or "Falco cherrug Inside the cover Engraved "1400-SHAHINE - 1980" topped by the emblem of Saudi Arabia Silver plated brass Gold Wood Designed by Ravinet d'Enfert for Hermès-Paris Signed Hermès-Paris on one side Chaperon Unique piece made for the Hermès Sèvres Babylonne 2011 fashion show Falcon hunting is a sport practiced by all Qataris. The possession of this bird is a symbol of power and nobility. In the country, it is a real passion. The bird even has its own air-conditioned room. It is treated like a real pet, or even better! Chaperon(1) of falconry Creation Hermès 2011 Pièce unique réalisée dans les ateliers de sellerie Hermès à l’occasion du défilé de mode 2011 dans l’espace Hermès Sèvres Babylone. Le chaperon est entièrement réalisé à la main en cuir de veau noir et bague paladiée, perlée du H d’ Hermès. Calf leather Paladised metal Chaperon - top view 2011 marks the arrival of Christophe Lemaire at Hermès. It was on the occasion of his first fashion show that the Hermès saddlery workshop produced this prototype, which falls into the category of exceptional orders from the workshop/unique piece. Chaperone on its original oval box Christophe Lemaire's first fashion show for Hermès, just after Jean-Paul Gaultier's departure, took place in the H Sèvres-Babylone boutique. Initially, the falcons present at the show were supposed to be hooded, but in the end, the show took place bareheaded for the bird of prey in order to avoid additional stress, knowing that it would not have the master falconer at its side. Parade Hermès Boutique Sèvres Babylone en 2011 (1) A leather headdress used to blind a falcon so that it remains calm and undisturbed by its surroundings. Introduced to the West by Frederic II and described in his famous treatise "De arte venandi cum avibus". Quoted by Marco Polo in 1298. Articulated dachshund photo holder the favourite pet Photo frame "Anita" Hermès-Paris 1988 Silver Palier N°5 - Find out more soon
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arfon maison d'édition forthcoming: Carrés d'art IV - Illustrated directory of the Hermès scarves Carrés d'art - Carrés Hermès Limited editions Carrés d'art - Carrés Hermès Special issues by Geneviève Fontan Arfon Maison d'Edition fondée en 1996 www.arfon-maisondedition.com tél. 0033 6 08 547 922 fashion antique dealers love: Memory of Hermès I bags - Kelly Birkin HAC Memory of Hermès II bags - 2 handles bags Frimousse d'or - The Tabernacles of Beauty perfume bottles - powder boxes - cosmetics René Lalique Julien Viard Baccarat 1 € de frais de port pour la France Métropolitaine quel que soit le montant de votre commande. VISIT EZ LE BLO G DE GENEVIEVE FONTAN - PLUS DE 30 POSTS Accès Fine arts - Fashion - Perfume & Collections expédition dès le 20 mars Quick View TRILOGY CARRES D'ART Price €250.00 Disponibilité réduite Quick View Carrés Hermès Limited Edition Price €59.00 Quick View Hermès Special Editions scarves Price €46.00 expédition dès le 20 mars Quick View TRILOGY CARRES D'ART Price €250.00 Disponibilité réduite Quick View Carrés Hermès Limited Edition Price €59.00 Quick View Hermès Special Editions scarves Price €46.00 Selection Old books Rare books pour rester zen... faites du yoga To stay zen, do yoga. Do not hesitate to contact us, we will help you make your choice of books. Photo from Hermès II bags memory book - 2 handles bags Trilogie de Carrés d'art édition numérotée THREE BOOKS IN THE TRILOGY OF CARRES D'ART Carrés d'art IV - Illustrated directory of the Hermès scarves • Carrés d'art - Carrés Hermès Limited editions • Carrés d'art - Carrés Hermès Special issues en ligne Voir plus Nos partenaires voir plus Le moyen infaillible de vérifier la conformité de vos sacs et accessoires de luxe de seconde main Merci de votre visite
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Arfon Maison d'Edition publishes books on the themes of fashion, Hermès creations and perfume collections. It traces the history of French fashion and fashion accessories houses, mainly from the 20th century. The publishing house was founded in 1996 by Geneviève Fontan who is the author of Carrés d'Art, a collection of books dedicated to Hermès silk squares. Arfon MDE has expanded its Bookstore section to include antique books and rare or second-hand books on these themes. ___ Geneviève Fontan, historian, writer, editor and expert is specialized in the presentation of perfumes and cosmetics and in Hermès Creations. A full-time collector, she has gathered an important documentation which allows her to realize her works based on period documents. With her experience, knowledge and passion for art, she realizes through her books the desires to which collectors aspire that only an art lover and collector can translate. Geneviève Fontan received in 2004 the title of expert from the S.F.E.P, the French union of professional experts in works of art and collectibles. She acts as an expert for auction houses and private individuals. The joint commission for publications and press agencies issued her with a press card in 2001. She has written for many magazines, including Parfums et Senteurs, éditions Pierre Cardin, and created the magazine Parfums Art et Valeur, of which she was editor between 1991-1999.