10 Most Expensive Hermes Products in 2017

If you like luxurious things you really should read the most expensive Hermes products in 2017. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. As for me, I really like watching luxurious things, although I know I can never buy these items. If you also like window-shopping, come with us now, and check these amazing products!

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three  of the most expensive Hermes products in 2017.

The first ones are Pillows: Plumes de Brazil pillow. It costs  $2,150. Whether you want to have some rest for your head or your back, using this Hermes pillow guarantees absolute pleasure. And you know that you deserve the indulgence. It is a real feast for the eyes, too. It can be in silver or brown, and its delicate details are entirely hand-embroidered on a silk twill background. As for the artistic impression, it represents an indigenous ritual through the symbol of the feather. Crystal beads are added for the complete impression. The next item on pur list for now is Pegase Bowl, for $14,000. Now here is an exceptional piece suitable as a housewarming gift. It’s not very deep so it looks like a large plate, its diameter is 17″ and it is too beautiful for keeping apples or oranges in it. This decorative piece is made of engraved blue labradorite. Not related to any Labradors or golden retrievers. This is a mineral (also called Spectrolite) and Crystal Meanings says it has almost magical powers. Labradorite is believed to increase intuition, provide general protection and reduce stress. Now the price doesn’t seem so high, does it? At last, but not least let’s see what about blankets! Plumes de Brazil blanket can be bought for $24,000. Once again in our list of 10 most expensive Hermes products in 2017 there is a Plumes de Blanket product. Would you like something soft and light to wrap up? How about a lovely 100% cashmere blanket? The measures are 55″ x 67″. The price is justified with once again attractive hand-embroidered details with natural stones, beads of labradorite and rock crystal, beads of glass and crystal, and of course, silk thread. It should match those pillows perfectly.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 most expensive Hermes products in 2017

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