Here are few approaches I found on internet to spot a replica or fake Hermes Handbag. I enlist some methods below for your references. If you'd like to buy a genuine Hermes Designer bag, you must ensure that the product you are getting is authenticate and not an elaborated copy.
Determining the authenticity on Hermes Bags, or any product can be a little tricky, but if you know the basics, you will be able to spot a fake in just a few seconds.
One of the best ways to ensure your new Hermes handbag is authentic is to look at the bag itself. Hermes handbags are popular and cost as much as they due because first and for-most they are made from quality materials. Take a good look at the stitching. There should be no loose or missing stitches, the color of the thread should match the main color of the bag and the stitches should be evenly spaced. If the handbag is leather, the logo should be engraved, not just printed on the leather.
Look at the hardware. The hardware should match in color and sheen. Many manufactures, including Hermes, Hermes and Hermes, protect their hardware with a cover that is to be removed only after it has been purchased. The brand name or logo should be engraved, not embossed or simply printed on the hardware. You can also find the brand name of logo engraved on the strap hardware on Hermes, Hermes, Hermes.
Inspect the material the lining, hardware and accents are made of. Many handbags are made of different types of leather, from Lambskin, Calfskin, Goatskin and Patent Leather, but it is easy to distinguish if the leather is of a good quality or not. The lining is usually made of a satin material that has a nice shine to it and most designer handbags have the name brand name or logo on the lining. Designers almost always use leather accents, not plastic. Some purses have straps that are specially coated and seem to be artificial. However a quick look at the edge of the strap, usually near a stitched joint, should reveal a leather core.
If there is an authenticity card. An authenticity card is a little card that usually has the manufactures logo embossed on the front and has some information about the product you purchased and sometimes includes a magnetic strip, bar code. Many manufacturers, including LV, Fendi, Kate Spade and Hermes, use these cards.
If you buy wisely, and check the bag carefully, you will be able to spot a fake.
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