Amazing luxurious Hermes printed jacquard twill silk (the most expensive) tie, model '' Daimyo Princes du Soleil Levant" designed by Francoise Faconnet in 1991
The DAIMYO were the most powerful feudal rulers from the 10th century to the 19th century in Japan. The term "daimyo" literally means "great name." From the shugo of the Muromachi period through the sengoku to the daimyo of the Edo period, the rank had a long and varied history. The term "daimyo" is also sometimes used to refer to the leading figures of such clans, also called "lord." It was usually, though not exclusively, from these warlords that a shogun arose or a regent was chosen.
The daimyo usually wore purples, ranging from dark to light depending on how high ranked they were. Dark and light purple preceded dark and light green, dark and light red, and finally black. The very highest daimyo were considered to be nobles.
Don't miss it, a real collector's tie which will enjoy a man in love with Hermès and the japanese world!
Thie scarf is not for sale.. it is just to show you the all pattern.
Brand : Hermès
Model :DAIMYO PRINCES DU SOLEIL LEVANT
Artist : Francoise Faconnet
Issue : Early 1990s
Composition : 100% jacquard twill silk, hand made!
Care tags : Yes
Palette : Black/Gold
Widest point : 3,54 inches or 9 cm
Condition : Unworn
Box : Yes
Manufature : France