Hermès creates limited edition scarf to commemorate the Queen's 90th birthday

Luxury French house Hermès has re-edited a design created by Henri d'Origny to celebrate the Queen’s 90th anniversary and her love of horses.


The design, to be unveiled on 11 May, is a new version of the 1980 style Tatersale - Hermès

The chosen design, Tatersale, was originally created in 1980 and features four figurine horses adorned with head-and-neck guards tied with bows and surrounded by a splendid display of bridles.

Bearing the inscription 'Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 2016', the re-imagined 90cm square silk twill scarf will come in a blue colouration.

Only 300 scarves will be offered for sale and Hermès will donate £100 for each scarf sold to The Queen’s Trust - a charity that supports projects encouraging young people to help others.

The official unveiling of the limited edition design will take place at The Royal Windsor Horse Show on the 11th May 2016. 

Shoppers can find the scarf at all Hermès stores in the UK and online.

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