bought night bracelet with S stamp

  1. Hi there! I purchased a rouge night bracelet yesterday. After carefully examining it, I realized that the date stamp was an I and it had an S stamp embossed on the leather! This means it had been a sale item already right?

    I paid the full price. Are sale items put back on the shelf even if they were already stamped S? What should I do? TIA
     
  2. call the place you bought it from.
     
  3. Are they supposed to adjust the price or take it back altogether (its the only one in that color)?
     
  4. call them and tell them the situation. I don't know what they will do.
     
  5. That outrageous! To put a sale item back on the floor? CRAZY! I'd call them immediately!
     
  6. Hopefully It Was A Mistake & Will Be Taken Care Of Right Away :yes:
     
  7. Oh my gosh!! This was sold to you at a boutique?!
    What the heck is going on with H. Yes, that S inscribed inside means it was at one time a sale item.

    ETA: Wait--are you saying it's a stamp in the leather, like a blind stamp? Or is it on the leather in some other way?
     
  8. If you bought it from the store, it means it's a small.
     
  9. ^^ I too have seen leather bracelets stamped S for Small and others P for Petite Modele. Please let us know what happens.
     
  10. Yeah that's why I asked, LOL--at first I thought she meant an ink stamp as in a sale item, but then I realized that she said it was embossed on the leather so that couldn't be a sale item.
     
  11. ...but they do emboss agendas and such with the s.....
     
  12. Oh, I hope that it means "small" not "sale."
     
  13. Yikes!
    Let us know the outcome!
     
  14. Oh wow, what a chaos. Please let us know what the outcome is.

    As far as I know, Hermes stamp an 'S' stamp in ink on shoes and gloves or RTW items that are on sale. For leather goods that are on sale, i.e. wallets, agendas, bags, they will blindstamp 'S' on them.

    I hope that the 'S' means small and not sale.
     
  15. Do you have a pic of the "s" stamp? That might clear up the confusion?!