How to Spot a Fake Birkin Bag

2 Nov

The Hermes Birkin bag is without a doubt one of the most highly sought after bags in existence, also making it one of the most counterfeited bags in existence.  Each bag is handmade, and extreme attention to detail is paid during the manufacturing process. The first detail to pay attention to when authenticating an Hermes Birkin bag is the actual shape of the bag.  Authentic Birkin bags tend to be shaped with more straight edges  than replicas, which seem to have bulges when viewed from both the front and back. Sell my Hermes handbag with dust bag, original receipt of purchase, tags, and box.  A second detail to pay attention to is the nature of the stamp. The stamp “Hermes Paris Made In France” should be clean and clear in an authentic bag, while the stamp in a replica could appear spotty.  The nature of the engraving on the metal hardware pieces on the bag is also an indication of whether the bag in question is in fact authentic.  The engraving on an authentic Hermes Birkin bag is thinner than that of the engraving on the hardware of a replica Birkin bag.  Sell Hermes handbag of all models, colors, sizes, and materials.  The engraving on the hardware of a replica Birkin bag tends to be deeper into the hardware and the letters also tend to be more far apart.  Every detail of a sell Hermes handbag should be perfect, as each piece is handmade.  There should be no jagged edges or unevenness. The zipper on an authentic Birkin bag, like all other hardware should be engraved and has a contour shape.  These are the first few details to pay attention to when authenticating an Hermes Birkin bag. Stay posted for more on authenticating Hermes handbags!

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