From horse-riding accessories to prestigious jewels.
The year 1837 saw the beginning of the historic and exceptional saga of the Hermès brand. The House initially specialised in high-end equestrian accessories, before gradually diversifying into other domains. From ready-to-wear to leather goods and jewellery, Hermès has managed to create a universe all its own and carve out a privileged place for itself in the world of luxury. The brand Hermès is a symbol of minimalism and pared-down style, two major fashion concepts that we find reflected in all the products designed by the label. Jewels created by Hermès also encapsulate this same identity. Amongst them, certain rings are now flagship pieces.
Richly symbolic jewellery.
The House of Hermès has embodied French-style refinement for over 150 years. We still find strong references to the brand's origins and to the world of horse riding in all its legendary pieces. Certain symbols have become the signature of the Hermès brand. That is the case, for example, of the Touret clasp, the letter H, the saddle nail and chain details reminiscent of a horse's bit. Very naturally, Hermès rings pick up on all those elements and incorporate them in their design, creating unique jewels steeped in history.
Timeless jewels by Hermès you can discover on Vestiaire Collective.
Hermès jewellery appeals to modern, stylish women who enjoy wearing relevant, understated and pared-down pieces. A Hermès woman has a taste for beautiful things but is not ostentatious - rings designed by the House are a perfect compromise between elaborate originality and chic minimalism. Like the bags, belts and bracelets designed by the label, rings come in different versions in several collections. Year after year, the following ranges have remained anchored in the minds of women everywhere: