Hermes Repair/Refurbish policy - Official Spa Thread

tomcg

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Happy Saturday TPF!

Im taking my vintage 1993 Peau Porc and canvas Rio out for a stroll with me today, but when I took it out of its dust bag I notice a little scuff on the button.

I took it with me on a trip to Venice before Christmas and I imagine it happened there. It’s super small and doesn’t really bother me at all but in the future would Hermes be able to replace/ recover the button?

Thanks in advance for any help

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WhiteBus

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Happy Saturday TPF!

Im taking my vintage 1993 Peau Porc and canvas Rio out for a stroll with me today, but when I took it out of its dust bag I notice a little scuff on the button.

I took it with me on a trip to Venice before Christmas and I imagine it happened there. It’s super small and doesn’t really bother me at all but in the future would Hermes be able to replace/ recover the button?

Thanks in advance for any help

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probably, but ask Hermes
depending on where you are it might not have to go away
 

nymeria

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Happy Saturday TPF!

Im taking my vintage 1993 Peau Porc and canvas Rio out for a stroll with me today, but when I took it out of its dust bag I notice a little scuff on the button.

I took it with me on a trip to Venice before Christmas and I imagine it happened there. It’s super small and doesn’t really bother me at all but in the future would Hermes be able to replace/ recover the button?

Thanks in advance for any help

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Lovely bag! So happy you are using and enjoying it.
I've had H work on a PPK of mine that certainly needed a good cleaning, but also had 2 marks on it- no areas at all of scuff or loss of leather. They were thrilled to work on a vintage piece ( they always are) and did more than I had asked or hoped for. I certainly would bring it in and speak specifically to the artisan who would work on it. I've honestly found if I bring in a vintage piece and start he conversation with the craftsperson, it ALWAYS goes well. They love and appreciate these pieces and want to do well by them.
Good luck!
 
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tomcg

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Lovely bag! So happy you are using and enjoying it.
I've had H work on a PPK of mine that certainly needed a good cleaning, but also had 2 marks on it- no areas at all of scuff or loss of leather. They were thrilled to work on a vintage piece ( they always are) and did more than I had asked or hoped for. I certainly would bring it in and speak specifically to the artisan who would work on it. I've honestly found if I bring in a vintage piece and start he conversation with the craftsperson, it ALWAYS goes well. They love and appreciate these pieces and want to do well by them.
Good luck!
Thanks so much! I keep you all updated once I've been in to have a chat.
 
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