How to spot a fake Hermès ties guide part 1

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How to spot a fake Hermès ties guide part 1

How to distinguish a fake from a genuine Hermès tie, number 1:

It all starts with the Hermes box. The Hermes ties always come in the signature orange box never in a plastic bag. If you get the box, inspect it meticulously. First of all, it has the signature Hermes orange that fakers often get wrong. The logo in the box is not super huge and measures just about 2.3 centimeters or just under an inch from the H to the S. Also, look at the font itself, the logo, as well as anything below it because fakers oftentimes get that wrong. Note the spokes on the wheels, there are many spokes in there which is, in fact, different from the spokes you can see on the labels.

How to distinguish a fake from a genuine Hermès tie, number 2:

Look at the top edge of the box. It should be brown and not black. Usually, fake boxes use black because they do not pay that much attention to detail and also the edge is not printed as nicely all the way around the edge. A genuine Hermès box, everything is very neat and proper. On top of that, the Hermès box has somewhat of a medium shine it is neither matte nor glossy. And if you look at it in the light, it has somewhat of a texture that resembles leather.

How to distinguish a fake from a genuine Hermès tie, number 3:

Inside of the box, you will find the tie wrapped in white tissue paper. Genuine Hermès ties come in solid white tissue paper. Nothing embossed with an H which is something you typically find with fake products. Also if the tissue paper comes in a different color, you know it is a fake.

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