"A Propos de Bottes" silk pocket square
This pattern depicts riding boots and other equestriana in neutral shades
against a cream ground on burgundy border.
The artist garnered attention for his early drawings of horses, birds and other animals and made a name for himself as a major portrait artist, having been been commissioned to create a portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
The piece is finished with hand-rolled and stitched edges.
Hermès silk pocket square "A Propos de Bottes" pattern, originally designed by Philippe Ledoux in 1970.
Label on verso, “Made in France"