Hermes BirkinTogo 30 Etoupe

Hermes Birkin Togo 30 Etoupe

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The origins of this Etoupe Birkin 30 Togo dates back to 1983, when the Birkin was conceived midair in 1983 on a flight from Paris to London during a chance meeting between British actress Jane Birkin and Jean-Louis Dumas, the great grandson of Hermes. The original design of the Birkin was actually sketched on a sick bag. Since its debut, the Birkin has astronomically increased in value, and numbers are expected to keep rising. In fact, the most expensive Birkin was made of crocodile skin and bought at a Christie’s auction by an anonymous buyer for over $300,000. Practical enough for everyday use but with the kind of weighty sophistication only a Birkin could carry, the Etoupe Hermes Birkin 30 in Togo leather with 18k gold hardware has contrast stitching, a front toggle closure, double rolled leather handles, clochette with lock and two keys. The roomy interior is lined in leather and includes one zip pocket and an open pocket on the opposite side.

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