In 2010, the watch manufacture Hermes has offered its ardent fans an incredible opportunity to discover its new Cape Cod Quadrige watch.
The one-of-a-kind timepiece draws and holds the eye with its amazing dial, which portrays a Pierre Peron silk carre design. It is enamelled with a cloisonne technique, which presupposes the use of gold wires in order to separate compartments before filling them in with enamel.
The keynotes of the stunning dial are surely vivid images of horses, presented against the blue background. These noble animals turn the new Hermes watch into a true piece of art. The display ensures central hours and minutes, indicated by white-painted hands.
The essential functions, provided by the new Cape Cod Quadrige watch, are driven by a self-winding mechanical movement. It beats to the rhythm of 28,800 vibrations per hour and boasts a 55-hour power reserve.
The entire mechanism is enclosed in a white gold case. It handles depths of up to 30 meters. The new Hermes watch is accompanied by an elegant blue leather strap, which harmonizes perfectly with the dial.