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    May 25, 2016

    Hermes Bracelet

    When it comes to signature jewelry items, there is not a piece that screams “Hermes” more than the Clic-Clac or Clic H Bracelet. This is interesting since Hermes is actually best known for its leather goods. However, for a company that got its start in leather, high-end jewelry suits the brand well.

    The Clic H Bracelet is one of several bracelet designs. The fact that it’s a collection means that if you love the idea of the bracelet, you are not stuck with a “cookie cutter” design. You can choose from many and find one that is uniquely you. The gold bracelets are gold-plated, and the silver bracelets are silver plated. The colored designs (the most popular) are created from an enameling—usually with a gold or silver H. These are particularly well-made, and many people report wearing these even outside while playing tennis or even in rain or seawater.

    The H that makes the clasp is the signature piece on the bracelet. This is what makes a Clic H bracelet unlike anything else. Obviously, the H stands for Hermes, but it does so in an understated way that allows you to wear the brand without being too obvious about it if that’s not your style. The H is a little larger on the Clic-Clac design than on the Clic H design, but the overall chunkiness of the bracelet means that it fits in better with the style.

    The Clic H bracelet line is one of the most popular by the Hermes brand, especially of the non-leather products. The popularity is partly due to the color choices. There are dozens of colors currently available and new colors are offered and old colors retired on a yearly basis. What this means for collectors is that they often attain “Hermes Fever” trying to collect them all.

    Like any high-end item, there is desirability for these on the secondary market. That means that you may want to look at selling an old Hermes Clic-Clac bracelet if it is something you don’t find yourself wearing any longer. Just make sure you work with a reputable jeweler; you deserve protection and you want to get the best price for your treasured piece.

    If you would like to learn more about selling high-end jewelry in New York, or you are interested in browsing beautiful pieces from brands like Hermes, Tiffany, Van Cleef and others, stop by Roy Herlz Jewelers. Our experts would love to help you—whether you are buying or selling. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to call or contact us online in the meantime.


    We are interested in all kinds of precious jewelry, particularly diamonds of a carat or more. Please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment.

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