Hermès JPG Kelly Pochette Blue Iris Ostrich Gold Hardware
The Kelly Pochette, a clutch version of the iconic Kelly bag, was first introduced by Jean-Paul Gaultier in his inaugural collection for Hermès in 2004. Unveiled on the fall runway, the innovative reinterpretation immediately captivated fashion aficionados, quickly gaining recognition and popularity. This particular model is masterfully crafted in Blue Iris Ostrich leather, a sophisticated and unusual material choice, complemented by opulent Gold hardware. Although the Kelly Pochette continues to be a staple in Hermès' lineup, instances of it being crafted in Ostrich are sparse, enhancing its allure and rendering this clutch not only subtly refined but also quite striking.
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.