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This Hermes Kelly Handbag Gold Togo with Gold Hardware 35, crafted from Gold brown Togo leather, features a single top handle and gold hardware. Hand painted by ARTBURO Personalization. Its turn-lock closure opens to a Gold brown Chevre leather interior with zip and slip pockets. Date stamp reads: K Square (2007). Condition: Very good. Leather has been conditioned. Wear on base corners and handle, moderate creasing on rear near base. Light cracking and peeling on flap and closure belt wax edges, faint scuffs and minor wear in interior, scratches and discoloration on hardware. Accessories: Leather clochette, lock, keys and detachable strap. Measurements: Handle Drop 4", Height 9.5", Width 14", Depth 4.5", Strap Drop 18"

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ARTBURO present handpainted Hermes Kelly Bag 35cm Togo with the Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection – one of the finest private collections of Chinese Paintings remaining in the United States.

The Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection – one of the finest private collections of Chinese Paintings remaining in the United States – in the first evening sale of Chinese Paintings ever held in New York. Renowned for its breadth of schools, styles and formats, as well as its tremendous quality across all works, the 122-lot auction offers paintings with established provenance and significant exhibition history that have been off the market for decades. L. Roy Papp (1927-2011), a distinguished banker and businessman, developed his taste and appreciation for Asian Art as the U.S. Director of the Asian Development Bank in Manila from 1975-1977. Upon returning to the United States, he and his wife Marilyn, an art history graduate of Douglass College at Rutgers University, began acquiring Chinese Paintings under the guidance and encouragement of several important figures in the field: Claudia Brown of the Phoenix Art Museum, Ju-hsi Chou of Arizona State University and Howard Rogers, a renowned art dealer. The present lot is a portion of handscroll number six, the longest and best preserved of several that together made up this particular handscroll. Well documented in scholarly publications and exhibited extensively in prominent museums around the world, this section of The Kangxi Emperor's Southern Inspection Tour is a tremendous illustration of the intersection of politics, history and art (estimate $4/6,000,000).