Hermès Constance 18 Graphite Matte Alligator Gold Hardware
Hermès, revered for its array of vibrant colors, has consistently introduced neutral shades that leave an indelible mark in the luxury fashion world. One of its hallmark colors, Graphite, is a captivating dark grey hue often depicted as a "smoky" or "charcoal" gray. Introduced in the 1990s, this elegant and versatile color swiftly garnered admiration, making it a sought-after choice for bags and accessories. Today, Graphite retains its charm and is celebrated as one of the timeless classics of Hermès. This Constance crafted in a stunning graphite matte alligator, it becomes a truly collectible piece, showcasing the brand's unparalleled craftsmanship.
The Hermès Constance bag was first designed by Catherine Chaillet in 1959 and was given the name in honor of her fifth child, Constance, having delivered the baby the same day that the first Constance left the Hermès production store. With its leather shoulder strap allowing the bag to hang freely, it soon became the favorite former First Lady of the United States, Jacqueline Kennedy who popularized the Constance amongst Hollywood’s elite. Offered in Pristine condition, full set, box and all accessories.
Material: Matte Alligator
Condition: Store Fresh
Collection: 2021, Z
18cm, 7.5" L x 5.5" H x 2" D
The term "hardware" refers to the metallic parts of the bag, such as the buckle hardware, base studs, lock and keys and/or strap, which are plated with a colored finish (e.g. gold, silver, palladium). The terms refer to the tone or color of the hardware and not the actual material used. If hardware is composed of precious solid metals this will be referenced in the description.
No indication of wear, all plastic on hardware, never worn, essentially as new.
Little to no indication of handling, usually with all plastic on hardware and most likely never worn.
Very minor evidence of handling.
Evidence of wear and handling, with no major flaws.
Moderate wear and is fully functional.
Moderate wear and has condition issues that may or may not be repairable.