Hermes Bleu Paon Epsom Leather Palladium Plated Collier de Chien Bracelet


Delight your eyes on the fabulous and instantly recognizable Hermes Bleu Paon Epsom Leather Palladium Plated Collier de Chien Bracelet. This bold creation is a testimonial to the dog collar made by the luxury brand in 1923, and from there the iconic motif was adapted into the Hermès Collier de Chien cuff bracelet in 1940. The CDC bracelet, made of leather, is adorned with the iconic Collier de Chien motif in palladium plated metal featuring pyramid studs and a ring. This is still a favorite among collectors and celebrities and for good reason. With its gorgeous design and craftsmanship, this bracelet is great for everyday wear and is the perfect accessory for just about everything.

The hardware is bright and shiny with hairline surface scratches. The underside has light creasing and some minor wear. Overall it remains in great condition.

  • Retai Price: $1125  Save: 29%
  • Overall Condition: Like new
  • Material: Blue Paon Epsom leather
  • Includes: Hermes box, pouch
  • Origin: France
  • Production Year: 2016
  • Date/Authenticity Code: X 
  • Measurements: 8.25" L x 1.5" H, inside circumference 5.5" - 6.5"
  • Hardware: Palladium plated
  • Size: Small
  • Item #: S4S9CT0118



Founded in 1837, by Thierry Hermes, Hermes is most famous for its ultra-luxurious handbags, many which are the most iconic, coveted and exclusive handbags in the world today. Hermes leather bags and accessories are created by expert French artisans using the finest leather and materials. Owning one of Hermes' luxurious handbags or accessories is to own a treasure of a lifetime.

Luxybit is an independent company, and we are not affiliated with Hermes. We are a reseller of authenticated pre-owned luxury goods, and we promise this is an authentic Hermes item. Hermes is not responsible for any product purchased from this website, nor do they guarantee the authenticity of goods sold. Hermes is a registered trademark of Hermes.

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